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I’ve been extremely busy lately and have had no time to work on guitars. Also, the finish on the Classical Guitar is hard to show as a blog post because of the thin coats of finish I’m slowly applying. That said, I want to talk about a possible future project.

This guitar was in my grandfathers attic for 40 years or so and was recently given to me. I would like to restore it and keep it as an heirloom but before I do that I need to positively identify it. I do not believe it has any market value but I’d rather be sure this isn’t a rare guitar before I go “restoring” it.

I have attached a few pictures, hopefully one of you can help me identify this guitar. Feel free to direct others to this post if you think they can identify it!

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