Brian Stewart
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Fret wire/pieces storage ideas
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Hello gents!I store my fretwire on a a pile.  I'm looking for ideas on how other repair folks store their wire.  I typically buy straight 2ft sections from Jescar.  I don't build, so I end…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian Stewart Dec 17, 2020.

Gibson J-50 reset...3 piece neck delamination
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Working on a 1970s J-50.  Just steamed off the neck...3pc neck and the little "slivers" that make the tenon released from the neck shaft and stayed in the mortise.  I got them out, but they really…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian Stewart Oct 22, 2020.

"Interesting" top crack issue
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Hello folks,Customer brought me a 70s era Ovation for repair (red lights and sirens are going off, I know...).  It is a Glen Campbell model with a nice top crack in the usual place....about 3/4" to…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Doc Rathwell Feb 26, 2016.

re-attaching an old guitar label
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I'm fixing a mid 60s Epiphone Cortez that has a bunch of cracks in the back and top.  Using steam, I removed the old label so it would not get damaged while repairing the guitar.  I also needed to…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard Bales Aug 18, 2014.


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At 7:51pm on September 11, 2012, William F.Eden said…

Brian I have some buffing pads that are 91/2'' across 1/2'' thick that I use  to have on my first buffer but have a 3/4" hole in the centre.

I have something like 22of them if you are at all intersted and would pay for the shipping you are more then welcome to have them.just a thought Bill..............

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