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PaulV

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Hi guys,
I don't know if you all are interested in guitar repair, but I'm a subscriber to the Stewart-Mac videos and find them fun and fascinating to watch.  I love watching Dan Erlewine do his thing.
Even if you don't do much guitar work yourself (like me), it's still good to know some of the processes and what is possible.

Here he's repairing a 1953 Tele.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=703&v=CUUuMzxJ9h8



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I agree those videos are fun.
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Yes, me too. It's just fantastic to watch a master craftsman at work.
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Here's one for basic soldering technique:
http://www.stewmac.com/How-To/Trade_Secrets/How_to_get_a_good_clean_solder_joint.html?lac_guid=bb296cdc-f5b7-e611-80ce-ecb1d775572a&utm_campaign=ts0186&utm_medium=email&utm_source=newsletter&utm_content=ts0186_C_20161201


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