I don’t remember if I ever posted this guitar when I found it in 2010 or or 11. Around here every other block had a dumpster in front of a foreclosed or abandoned house during that post-crash period. I routinely checked literally every one I came across. This was in one, in an old case that stunk so bad it was eventually burned. In front of a brick tudor in a very nice neighborhood by the way. I knew what it was, I knew it was old and I also knew I wasn’t going to be the guy to do anything with it once I checked the serial number. When I showed it to two older, very experience guitar buddies, I said “yeah I know , it’s like finding a ‘53 Tele and one of the guys said “oh no - it’s way beyond that”. The only other guitar I have hung onto that long and not done anything to is a Chicago-made early 50s Orpheum arch top. That I still have. I’ve had that one almost 30 years, been a wall-hanger the entire time. Now that I am going to be selling it, have any of you found an easy system for photographing braces on the underside of a flat top? Some kind of a mirror or series of mirrors that you’re shoving through the sound hole with a light and then shooting with your Camera/Phone app?