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Dan's Custom '59 LP Standard Vintage Sign In or Register to add photos

Forgive me if this is not the right place to post this, but FWIW I had a mint historic les paul that a guitar chain inadvertently chipped the back of when I was having them do some work on it. i'm happy to live with dings as I play my guitars over time, but this was nasty damage that bummed me out on a brand new gloss 13. I did some web research and found great references for a luthier in the area named DJ parsons who does everything from building acoustic guitars from scratch to replacing pickups on a les paul and building bone and tusk nuts. I took a chance to have him try to make the back look less bad after the fiasco with the guitar store. I was expecting some okay filler work or just some touch-up matching red paint so the blemish wouldn't be such an eye sore. Well not only did he come to my workplace to pickup the guitar last week, but when he brought it back this week, even holding the guitar under the indoor light and in the sunlight I could not even see the blemish. It literally looked the day it did i bought it. Basically he did a spectacular job and the guitar looks new again without me having to pay $600 + shipping to get a finish shop someplace else in the country to redo the entire guitar for a small peanut-sized chip. this is not simply an advertisement for DJ as I never met him before and have no history with him. but he did an awesome job and if I can help out guys in the new england area who might need some mild finish / guitar work done with white glove service, he could be a great option. he has a website for people in the area who have interest and are as anal retentive as I can be about my guitars. Again apologies if there is another place I should post this, but trying to help folks out and haven't been on the forum too long. Fiftywattmafia likes this. - Salt of the Earth, myles paul Forum, 2/14
Custom Shop '59 LP Std. Vintage
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