Monthly Archives: August 2011

A Pair of 1965 Gibson ES-335’s for New Frets

Here’s an amazing example of two near twins but couldn’t be more different.  Both of these guitars came in the same week for new frets.  One with a factory Bigsby and clean as a whistle.  The other must have been … Continue reading

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1964 Gibson SG Special Restoration

This guitar must have taken a fall on the face and was luck to have not broken it’s headstock.  The damage caused by the fall was visible by a large chuck taken out of the face of the headstock.  The … Continue reading

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Broken Headstock on a Taylor Guitar

Here’s a common repair.  If you drop your guitar more then likely your going to break it… We heated up some hyde glue while also gently heating up the broken section of the headstock.  After the glue was the right … Continue reading

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