Remember: the adventurous man who has not made a misstep has a short shelf life!
Same here. Btw gorgeous guitar and color schemePeople are obviously toying with you in this thread, and nobody seems willing to speak frankly.
The guitar has been hopelessly compromised and I'm afraid the only practical recourse is to abandon this project and restart with a new guitar for your future endeavors.
However, it doesn't need to go to waste, as I humbly offer my services for finding a home for orphaned, imperfect, guitars such as yours. Send it along and I'll ensure it is appreciated by a new owner.
So, apparently I don't know better than to drill a tiny little hole for a string tree free hand. Without a bit of tape on the bit for a depth stop.
Bit of soap on the screw, binding just a bit, thought I,d give it just a scoshe more room. Felt that bit go through right in my feels.
Anyhow, structurally, imagine it,s not the end of the world. Don't have enough rosewood kicking around to generate sawdust for glue mix filler.
Don't recall ever seeing a " Mister Speed" sticker small enough to cover it up in a subtle fashion.
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