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  1. The Gretsch Electromatic is a hollow body electric with laminated back, sides and tops (like many Gibsons and other guitars). The output jack is simply drilled thru the side at the lower bout. The owner of this particular guitar managed to push the entire jack thru the side and into the guitar. When I first saw it I didn't want to take on the repair - there was extensive damage to the wood inside as well as cracks in the finish and I couldn't see an easy way to reinforce the broken area. However after some thought I decided to tackle it - I had a nice Les Paul jack plate and
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  2. I personally have never muted the strings behind the bridge on any hollow or semi hollow. ( I have 8) Never felt the need to, since that's kinda part of the tone of the instrument.
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