Monthly Archives: October 2011

Christian’s Micro-Frets Plainsman!

Sometimes we’re fortunate enough to do some work on a truly rare and highly coveted instrument, and this one was no exception. For your edification, I bring you the Micro-Frets Plainsman. This particular instrument belongs to Christian Wargo of Seattle’s … Continue reading

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C. 1964 LG0 Restoration Pt. 4- Homeward Bound

Well, today was the day we saw a much-loved and carefully restored guitar back in the arms of its rightful owner. It’s always hard to say goodbye to instruments like this one, especially having spent well over a month with … Continue reading

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How Cool is This?!

-Nels Cline, playing Duane Allman’s 1957 Les Paul Goldtop, courtesy of the Allman Brothers Band Museum! I want to hear this picture! (From Wilco’s Facebook)

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