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archtop guitar center seam separation

Hi I built a D'Angelico New Yorker copy from Tom Ribbecke's plan (via Luthier's Mercantile) about 12 years ago.  It has since developed a c…

Started by Ernie Miciak

13 Mar 6, 2012
Reply by Jeff Highland

What kind of tuners?

Mirroring the same question I posted on Mandolincafe.com (no response in 2 days):   Looking at the guitar in http://www.youtube.com/watch?v

Started by n0ukf

5 Feb 4, 2011
Reply by n0ukf

Torn Wood Grain Under Bridge

The Bridge has lifted from my 2006 G3 acoustic 6 string. It is not a pegged bridge but rather a string through style bridge. When the bridg…

Started by Doug Miller

20 Jan 18, 2011
Reply by Doug Miller

Shorting an existing fingerboard.

I have an old parlor guitar that I have started rebuilding. The old fingerboard is pretty severely cupped so I decided to replacing it. The…

Started by Ned Knepp

10 Oct 8, 2010
Reply by Ned Knepp

stereo electric mod

I am working on an electric guitar. 3 single coils (2 generic strat type and one 60s Japan-looking thing at bridge position), 5 way switch,…

Started by David Reilly

3 Oct 6, 2010
Reply by Pierre-Antoine Roiron

12 String Guitar lifting bridge issue

Hello, I am looking to buy a used 12-string acoustic guitar. I know that 12-string guitars have a problem of of all that string tension eve…

Started by Arthur Sweeney

12 Aug 29, 2010
Reply by Mike Kolb

Need Help identifying a Resophonic Tenor Guitar

Ok folks here's the newest challenge…. a wood body,appears to be laminated birch 3 ply, with F holes, Resophonic Tenor guitar…. not a mark…

Started by Joe Adams

0 Jul 25, 2010

Crack trouble

Well, I was closing in with the old Bay State parlor guitar about which I posted a few days back regarding pricing.  As I'm French polishin…

Started by John Cartwright

13 May 17, 2010
Reply by John Cartwright

Is this a fake?

I was reading on another site that a Martin historian found the original decal order for the Martin headstock dated 1932: http://www.mugwum

Started by Claire Hall

10 Mar 17, 2010
Reply by Joshua Levin-Epstein

Classical Guitar Website

For all you classical guitar players this is a valuable resourcehttp://creativeguitar.org/

Started by Alex Cohaniuc

0 Jan 24, 2010

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