Monthly Archives: November 2011

Gretsch Tennesseean With a Collapsed Jack!

Late last week, a customer brought us his cherished Gretsch Tennessee Rose, asking for a set up and a repair of an all-too-common ailment. The story goes like this: the owner let his friend borrow this guitar only to watch … Continue reading

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When Relics Go Bad!

So, I stole that title from the Guitarz Blog, which if you’re unfamiliar it’s one of the greatest sites devoted to guitars on the web. Do take a moment to check it out, and come on back. We’ll wait. *** … Continue reading

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Nigel Tufnel Day- 11/11/11

Come celebrate with us!

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Satin Finish Rub-Out!

Satin finish guitars seem to be all the rage these days, specifically for their more affordable prices due to less steps in the finishing process. Manufacturers can worry less about mirror shine and consumers can more easily afford the guitar … Continue reading

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