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"Another possibility is a resistance soldering unit, if you have access to one. Comes…"

LARRY KLOSE replied Nov 14 to Loose National Guitar seam

9 on Thursday
Reply by jbbancroft

"The Kyser is ok but it requires care to squeeze it out thoroughly. I had one that I…"

LARRY KLOSE replied Nov 11 to 1934 Gibson L-Century: severe damage from Planet Waves Humidipak

10 Nov 11
Reply by LARRY KLOSE

"What Frank says: check locally.  Back when I lived near Gryphon but was frequently c…"

LARRY KLOSE replied Oct 13 to Climate Control

5 Oct 14
Reply by CAcousticM

"I played with a friend for a long time who was death to frets.  It was mainly becaus…"

LARRY KLOSE replied Oct 8 to Premature fret wear?

10 Oct 8
Reply by Doug Berch

"Use your loupe and look closely from the top at the nut slot for the string in quest…"

LARRY KLOSE replied Sep 29 to Wierd tuning issue!

11 Oct 3
Reply by Ron Frazier

"On frets.com Frank Ford has an article about doing repairs with Knox gelatin where s…"

LARRY KLOSE replied Jul 25 to Yet more hide glue lore (?)

2 Jul 27
Reply by Brian Burns

"String clippings are perfect for clearing out solidified milk from the steam outlet…"

LARRY KLOSE replied Jul 10 to Confessions of a packrat...

10 Jul 10
Reply by Patrick Corrigan

"Having recently had a custom jazz archtop built, wider is not necessarily the answer…"

LARRY KLOSE replied May 18 to Using binding to widen a fingerboard

4 May 19
Reply by steven gallagher

"Good summary!  It doesn't mention one thing I've encountered is on a mandolin of min…"

LARRY KLOSE replied Apr 24 to Gibson Firebird with strings binding in the nut - at my wit's end..

20 May 18
Reply by Dan

"These also won’t work if you need white on clear backing, unless you have an ALPS pr…"

LARRY KLOSE replied Apr 14 to Who here makes water decals?

6 Apr 16
Reply by Robbie Collins

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