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"Strung up and ready to go. Plays and sounds good, seems good and solid. Jim"

jbbancroft replied Feb 2 to Repairing the bass from hell!

4 yesterday
Reply by Ron Frazier

"Someone that sells insurance should be able to answer your questions. Jim"

jbbancroft replied Jan 26 to Bidness Insurance? (Canadian/Ontarian members especially!)

10 Jan 31
Reply by Richard Bales

"I can say I do have coverage for my personal instruments through Heritage a USA base…"

jbbancroft replied Jan 25 to Bidness Insurance? (Canadian/Ontarian members especially!)

10 Jan 31
Reply by Richard Bales

"Insurance for what?  Just kidding, I suppose it is required if you actually have an…"

jbbancroft replied Jan 25 to Bidness Insurance? (Canadian/Ontarian members especially!)

10 Jan 31
Reply by Richard Bales

"If you are just touching up replaced binding I’d use an artists brush to apply finis…"

jbbancroft replied Jan 16 to good airbrush for finish touch-up?

7 Jan 18
Reply by Dave Richard

"You can thin hot hide glue where it will be almost like water. As long as it has sli…"

jbbancroft replied Dec 25, 2018 to Hide Glue and Hairline Cracks?

3 Dec 25, 2018
Reply by jbbancroft

"Never seen or heard of cleats being inlayed into the wood. It would be impossible to…"

jbbancroft replied Dec 16, 2018 to Small violin hairline

7 Dec 16, 2018
Reply by jbbancroft

"Hot hide glue rubbed into the crack is the way to go. Shouldn’t need a cleat. Clean…"

jbbancroft replied Dec 15, 2018 to Small violin hairline

7 Dec 16, 2018
Reply by jbbancroft

"Nice looking guitar. Jim"

jbbancroft replied Dec 14, 2018 to Scale length and sustain

4 Dec 14, 2018
Reply by jbbancroft

"I personally think it’s more to do with the instruments construction than the length…"

jbbancroft replied Dec 14, 2018 to Scale length and sustain

4 Dec 14, 2018
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