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Yesterday, 12:08 PMAh I'm wasting a fortune on fancy guitars !!
Yesterday, 11:32 AMI'm with Sal , the 'damage' is under the top layer of lacquer
So polishing or scrubbing at the surface won't sort it
Give it time
If you're real impatient and hate it a lot then go to a trusted luthier. Don't be following advice from internet from diagnosises taken from a picture
Yesterday, 11:03 AMThanks everyone for your valuable input. I appreciate that you took the time to listen and comment. All good advice, and some at the same time very funny, and yet some even illegal
Theflyingturtle, thanks for the offer to help, I'm sending you a PM.
Any chance you could not pm him and let us all hear what transpires?
Yesterday, 06:09 AM
Yesterday, 04:36 AMYeah , the last thing you want to be doing is thinking about what you're doing
100 is about right , and beyond that is better
Some come quicker than others due to them maybe being similar to songs already learned
Any money from a gig isn't paying for you standing there at the gig singing , it's for the endless hours of practice !!
Not my type of song that buc but I do like it at a gig when someone plays something that isn't in your average 100 greatest acoustic songbook ...