Monthly Archives: February 2011

50 pence classical completed.

I have now finished repairing and tidying up this old classical. It has a nice tone and sounds much better with a saddle than it did without one. The soundboard looks much nicer with the scratched lacquer removed, I have … Continue reading

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50 pence classical guitar.

A friend of mine bought a very old (1965) classical guitar model number 1663 made by a luthier with the initials R.M for the total sum of 50 pence. The guitar had a huge hole in the area of the … Continue reading

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Bending iron.

Finally managed to come up with a working bending iron that is both quick to get up to temperature and silent, unlike my hot air blowing one, couldn’t hear myself think when that was running. So to explain how this … Continue reading

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