Old Gura 83

The second GammelGura with both oversaddle toning and composite stables was completed. This time a Levin parlor from 1925. Good condition, but I have rarely seen such a Monday copy. In the 1920s, they began to make significantly more instruments and they hired many new employees who needed some time to learn. This one had several production errors. …

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More about composite stable legs

Has continued to work with tests on the local guitar. It got a saddle toning to begin with. Need something to demonstrate the saddle intonation on for visitors to the room. This particular copy I count as one of the least successful GammelGura ever and I had given up hope for it. Without the oversaddle intonation and with a solid stable leg was…

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Small & good

Made a deal where 4 "wrecks" had to be a partial payment to an GammelGura. A Söderman tilt, two old Germans and a fun harp guitar that is a little boy compared to how big they usually are. Available soon in the "Waiting Room". According to my new method, the first team lists were glued with zig-zagged smaller pieces instead of an entire list. …

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