#1
I'm looking to buy a 1940's Martin Acoustic around where I am, the only problem is it has a few cracks to the top of the body. It still plays fine, I was just wondering what could be done to fix the cracks, even if it's just cosmetic. Would a guitar shop be able to help me with problem?

Thanks,
Adam
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#2
dude i dont think ur going to find a 1940s martin that doesnt have cracks, take what u can get, and if i plays fine dont worry about it they're only cracks
#3
i have a a 1940's martin, and it has a few scratches here and there. but that doesnt take away from the sound. and it sounds great. i think you should go ahead and get it
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Yamaha RGX520
Fender Strat HSS

Acoustic
1952 Martin and Co 00-18.
Yamaha FGX730SCA

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Fender Twin Reverb
Fender Amp FM25 DSP

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Boss DS-1
#5
agreed ^^^
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#6
If you really want the cracks fixed take it to a experienced repairer. The crack, whether they be in the finsh or wood are not a easy repair to do -right-.