Friday, June 6, 2008
we've seen worse...
Say there's an old broken guitar in a beat-up case somewhere in a forgotten area where you stay. One day, looking for something else, you come across the thing, dust-covered and somewhat bent. Shaking your head you open the case for the second time in a decade. You ask yourself: what can be done with this thing?
The answer is obvious.
Have us restore the instrument! One time, several years ago, a person brought in his Grandfather's World War II-era Martin OOO-18 (not the above guitar). The sides, top, back and neck were either cracked, broken or simply loose inside a big black garbage bag. It took awhile but it was brought back to life; back to perfect playability, beautiful sound and museum-piece looks. Restore beauty to your surroundings: rescue a guitar.