the reset

It sometimes happens that the neck and body of a guitar begin to gently fold up into each other, requiring what is called a “neck reset.” In this process the neck and body are separated, the areas where they meet are carefully prepared and the pieces reattached. Tim is carefully separating the neck from the body of this early 1960’s-era Gibson ES-125. Tim enjoys his work.
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