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Reset Involving Non-adjustsble Truss Rod
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Hello again All. Been a while. Its nice to see that Frank is still here posting, among others of course.I currently have on my bench an old Harmony archtop with a non adjustable reinforcement in the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew Jan 27.

Getting back on my feet & a semi hollow Rickenbacher knockoff.
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Hello all,As some of you may have noticed, I've not been around here for the better part of a year. I've been on 'hiatus' so to speak, by which I mean my problems with anxiety and depression (and who…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Paul Breen Jan 31, 2017.

Gibson HG 20 just came in...
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Where to start with this one... Well, the guitar belonged to an ex customer of mine (he done died) who was a lefty and had it converted to left handed at some point, and it now belongs to his young…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew Apr 5, 2016.

Pickup location aspect ratios?
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I came across this while browsing:"Steve, I too have had a similar experience and agree location is critical in getting the best sound.Back in '79 I had an SG and back then some SG's made in the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian Evans Mar 9, 2016.


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At 2:20pm on May 28, 2013, Paul Verticchio said…

Sorry, I referenced the incorrect poster, but my friend request is still valid ;)

At 7:59am on February 10, 2014, Mike Kolb said…

Hi Andrew... I just sent a friend request so I can 'pester you further' about the cool guitar body:)  It looks like a one carved slab sitting atop a larger, flat (and different species) piece?  

In any event... it's a great look!  Talk with you soon... /// Mike Kolb

At 10:19pm on January 29, 2016, Russell Vance said…

Hi Andrew,

The acoustic guys use epoxy to grain fill back and sides and then sand and finish over it, I haven't used West Systems in this role but would expect it to work as good as any other epoxy.  I would think that some thickener may be needed as a grain filler as the normal consistency of WS is very fluid like.  


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