Samm Posted January 15, 2012 Report Share Posted January 15, 2012 I've got a Gibson L-00 that I inherited from my grandfather. He purchased it between 1929 and 1932 for a little under 30 dollars I believe. Anyway, I've taken it in to 2 different places to have a neck reset done on it. I've been assured that the neck itself is not bent, so that is not a problem that I'm worried about. I simply have not found anyone who knows how to do the repair, as the people that I have had work on it were afraid of damaging the guitar. Its a beautiful guitar that has been played for the whole of its 80 years. Its got a few scratches and dings through its life but its sound is absolutely beautiful and I'm sick having about an inch of action between the strings and the neck at the 12th fret. I'm in Massachusetts. Does anyone know of anyone who would be able to help me out? If need be I may be willing to send it out. I've had it for about 7 years and its time I find a repair man who knows how to work on this beautiful guitar. Thanks, Sam Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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