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"Do what feels right. IMHO Passing on an uncomfortable job is 'fair practice'."

Thomas James replied Nov 28, 2018 to Turning away a customer

7 Dec 5, 2018
Reply by Keith

"Thinking about this Japanese process. It seems that we might be doing this to a smal…"

Thomas James replied Oct 2, 2018 to Kigoroshi (peening) technique for a dovetail?

6 Oct 2, 2018
Reply by Mark A. Kane

"Lots of great advice here. It does take time. I am finally employed full time with b…"

Thomas James replied Sep 30, 2018 to How to find work?

10 Oct 2, 2018
Reply by Jeff Andrews

"Thread Side Bar:  In 2006 I drove ten hours from LA to Fort Bragg CA to meet Brian B…"

Thomas James replied Aug 13, 2018 to Machine sanding rosewood

18 Aug 25, 2018
Reply by Brian Burns

"IMHO. This is a guitar where structural repair jobs should be avoided. It will be a…"

Thomas James replied Aug 10, 2018 to Gibson MK72 neck reset

2 Aug 11, 2018
Reply by Dave Sparrow

"Brian, Allparts.com is a good source. It is fairly easy to get  a 'dealership' if yo…"

Thomas James replied Jul 7, 2018 to Wholesale nut and saddle source?

5 Jul 8, 2018
Reply by Ron Frazier

" Remove pickup. Diagnose what's happening with the mount. Squished up spring? torn u…"

Thomas James replied Jun 29, 2018 to PRS Prob

4 Aug 10, 2018
Reply by joe butkins

"I've done this the off and on throughout the years. It worked best after developing…"

Thomas James replied May 30, 2018 to Running a Repair Business Out of Your Home

26 Jun 14, 2018
Reply by Jeff Andrews

"Use a radius gauge as guide. Remove material from the top."

Thomas James replied Feb 5, 2018 to Split Saddle Adjustment Q

5 Feb 7, 2018
Reply by Andrew

"Thanks Robbie. I was looking for new tool chests. I needed a real review. Tom"

Thomas James replied Jan 26, 2018 to Extra Long Triangle File

6 Jan 26, 2018
Reply by Thomas James

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