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Well I was digging through my old attic and found this hole in the side(Well it started as a crack, but one trip down some stairs...


I was wondering how much it would cost to fix up the hole in the side, any feedback would be helpful!

Pretty new to the forums so if I set the topic in the wrong place and the like-...
#2
You could probably just glue it back in yourself.

And is that a baritone uke where the strings go through the bridge?
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#3
It's a 1940's Martin Tenor Guitar 0-17T Model
Last edited by Chronostrife at Nov 16, 2008,
#4
1940's Martin? Get it repaired by a proper technician. Heck, get an appraisal as well. Martins from around that time are quite rare.
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