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Ricky un-id-able so far
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Author:  Schmidt [ Tue Apr 20, 2010 6:14 pm ]
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Author:  mjbascetta [ Sat Jun 19, 2010 11:53 pm ]
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I'm a luthier near Liverpool, UK. I potentially have some info for you as I have worked on combo series related projects for the last 5 years, but I also have some techy questions for you. If you are interested in haveing a chat about your guitar contact me sometime at matthew@mjbluthier.co.uk

All the best

Author:  treehousecollections [ Wed Nov 23, 2011 9:17 am ]
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It's been awhile and I am still around, barely. Had a few health issues. The forums are great!
I don't guess someone has a pick guard for a Combo 850 laying around, just teasing. I am about to buy all the parts to pretty her up some and I just used a polisher on a small area on her back. I think there was enough penetration of her original clear finish, that with a good polisher like the ones in the factory she would look great. I am trying to figure out the repair of the slight neck crack. It will open very little as is and removing the finger board is not an option. I would really fear changing how she plays herself. Thanks fo any new information as I am active again.

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