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This beautiful Silvertone guitar was owned by West Coast Blues guitarist Marco Fiume. This project involved a complete restoration.
Damaged wood around the jack hole of a vintage Gibson SG is seamlessly repaired and the wood grain matched to a cherry red finish
A vintage1961 Gibson Amp is beautifully restored down to the logo.
A vintage Les Paul Deluxe with multiple fractures to the headstock and neck was repaired with matching graining to the cherry red finish.
A badly twisted and warped banjo neck is masterfully repaired using specially constructed jigs and fixtures.
Detailed description of neck repair to 1966 Gibson ES-330. Complete gallery of images detailing fret board, binding repair, etc,
The Pete Kanaras Blues Band plays the Cat’s Eye in Baltimore
The two most popular means of fret installation are the Hammer-In and Press-In methods. The technique of using a hammer to install frets requires years of experience and great skill, while the second option is somewhat amateurish, and requires nothing … Continue reading
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I observe by “reading the neck” at the very beginning of the process will determine a number of things, including which type and size of fret wire to recommend, where, and just how much compression will need to be applied during fret installation,