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I would think most guitars of that era have unique properties that make neck resets problematic....good repairers are experienced and will likely know the pitfalls. Find someone who has done one the guy that reset my '73 D-28 brought in his own '74 that he had done and I was convinced....the only thing I can say is get it done but close your eyes (it's an ugly sight to see your guitar in pieces) and give them as much time as they need you don't want someone to rush a neck reset.
I have a 1965 F-212 in need of a neck reset. Some people I respect have said there are unique properties to this guitar making it very problematic to do. Remarks from any of you are most welcome.
Anybody familiar with the DV-52N? From the 90's? There's one for sale at my local Guitar Center for $800 --
My subscription reminder sheet came in the mail Saturday - without the supposed-to-be-attached magazine! Alas...
I called the Acoustic Guitar number, and a very helpful person listened to my tale of woe and said they'd send out a replacement copy. Cool!
Antonio - sounds like a good price - and if you like/love the instrument, does it matter? ;-)
From Washington all the way to Italy - that guitar should have a few good stories to tell...
I meant... No electronics.. but, Yes original case! Do you think is a good price?
You're welcome Bob. I subscribed for the magazine more than 15 years ago. I hate to loose a single issue!
Thanks Antonio, I will try Peter...I do like to read the magazine ... on the train mostly and save a lot of the playing and writing articles.
No explanation for the site issues? Maybe Ted knows something.
I had the same problem with the mag. I haven't had it starting with Nov 2013. After a few e-mails I've been helped by a very friendly guy, Peter Penhallow, that explained to me there's been a big problem with their computer archives and a lot of address and subscription were lost in that period. He sent me all my lost issues and restarted my subscription. Thanks Pete!
To Albert Farrens and Florida Gull: Actually the D-50 I've found is a used Bluegrass Special made in Tacoma. It sounds like a thunder in the night!
The shop ask 1200 € ( 1575 $) but I'm sure i can have it for 1100 or less (1400/1450 $). It has just a little ding on the lower bout of the top. No electronics and original de luxe hardshell case. I'm in GAS for it!
I was a member here before I ever subscribed to the magazine...
Bob, you can be in the community whether you have an active subscription or not. I let mine drop for a few months a year or so ago and was still able to get on the forums. Not sure about anyone else, but a good 6 months before my sub is due to expire, I start getting notices. Separate envelopes with notices as well as false covers on the mag when it comes in. You can access your sub status on their site usually with your mailing address.
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