#1
so im sorry if this is in the wrong forum but please help anyways i figured sinse you built guitars you might be able to help i knocked over my acoustic guitar the other day it fell pretty hard and a piece came out from the inside, it still plays just as goo i had to retune it though what is this piece and should i bring my guitar in some where to be looked at?

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fender strat
fender acoustic
line6 spider 2 150 watt
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can of, rock your face off

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#3
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ok so i loosened the bottom 3 strings and felt around and the circled part in the picture is where i think it is missing
is this critical or still ok to play?
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fender strat
fender acoustic
line6 spider 2 150 watt
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can of, rock your face off

..................you cant spell crap without rap.......................
#4
????? hallo?
fender strat
fender acoustic
line6 spider 2 150 watt
...
can of, rock your face off

..................you cant spell crap without rap.......................
#6
thanx, and sorry for being impatient i have had that guiatr for 4 years and i didnt want it to eff up
fender strat
fender acoustic
line6 spider 2 150 watt
...
can of, rock your face off

..................you cant spell crap without rap.......................
#7
Bracing is just there to provide support to the top wood. Old acoustic guitars were made with little bracing, and held up just fine (for a while). It is only a small piece, so I wouldn't worry about it to much. If it were an older guitar I would worry, only because older acoustics are traditionally made with much thinner tops then todays modern acoustics.

The end of it all is, it shouldnt affect tone to much and it should not hurt your guitar in the long run.
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