Vintage Acoustic Guitar Repair








Currently in the workshop are several notable vintage acoustic guitars in various states of disrepair. They were all built in the 1960’s and promise to be both challenging and fascinating repairs.
Look out for some interesting blogs to come on these old beauties.

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Photos show from front to back:

Martin D35
Gibson Heritage (case study here…)
Gibson Hummingbird (case study here…)
Epiphone El Dorado










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2 Responses to “Vintage Acoustic Guitar Repair”

  1. tony werneke Says:

    hey graham

    a big smile appeared on my face when i saw all those lovely gits on your bench……definately love it. the site is under construction and i will be in touch about content relative yourself……just got in a 1900 Almcrantz out of Chicago….google the name….definately rare and hopefully desirable….needs you to adjust the neck so will drop it off when you have room……play on !!! tony

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