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  1. I think you may have missed the intent of the original statement, "The Sun is setting."
  2. Great! I will eagerly look forward to hearing how it all turned out. Pictures will be greatly appreciated.
  3. Here is a link to Jerry Rosa re-setting the neck on an old Harmony. Hope it helps.
  4. Nabisco

    NGD

    Congrats. I have only played one LAG but it had a wonderful tone and looked great, just as your does. Enjoy.
  5. Whatever works for you, but anyway, here is a Yamaha neck successfully streamed off and re-set on the Rosa String Works Channel on youtube:
  6. I had an FG-365S years ago and it was a great sounding guitar. One of about a dozen guitars I wish I never let go of. I hope you can get yours back in shape. Here is a How-to on Yamaha neck resets: https://yamahavintagefg.boards.net/thread/18/vintage-yamaha-neck-reset-procedure
  7. If you are happy then it all worked out well. Enjoy.
  8. Nope, nope, nope. They were made in the 1970s in the Republic of China which is Taiwan, not the PRC. They did not go for "200ISH DOLLARS" when they were new and they go for way less than $1200.00 now and I have never seen them go for anything even approaching $8,000.00.
  9. Stick-on fret markers are an option. I put them on my cheapo Alvarez beater they have held up and look good - of course, the guitar still sounds pretty blah but for $139.00 I got no complaint. https://www.amazon.com/Fretboard-Markers-Sticker-Decals-Guitar/dp/B00NF9L0IO/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=fret+markers&qid=1594673503&sr=8-3
  10. It depends on what you are looking for. Brass pins will make the tone brighter and increase sustain. Ebony will generally make the tone darker. Bone or Tusq are sharper sounding. Bridge pins make a big difference on some guitars and less or none on others. What not buy a bunch of different types and experiment?
  11. I had the same experience. I bought a Taylor 214 and really enjoyed it at first but its lack of a bottom end got more and more noticeable until I just didn't want to play it anymore. Traded it in on a Martin 000-15M and that one really hit the spot.
  12. Nabisco

    chords

    Learn to play a Bb chord - index finger bars the first fret and use the pad of your ring finger on the B, G and D strings on the 3rd fret. Once you learn this form you can slide up and down the neck to play Bb, C, C#, D, D#, etc. and even A and Ab by sliding down and using just the pad of your ring finger.
  13. Hey Misha, Here is a link for buying truss rod wrenches for the Larrivee: https://toonz.ca/bose/wiki/index.php?title=Larrivée_Truss_Rod_Wrenches Good luck.
  14. Very nice. I like the song - it sounds very dark, which I like. And I like your voice. I have been playing off and on through the days. I learned a few tunes and am having fun rediscovering some old ones. Keep playing and don't touch your face if you touch anything outside.
  15. Re; "Stolen" truss rods: i don't know about the OM-03 but my 1983 L-07 does not have an adjustable truss rod - so that may explain why Misha's cannot be adjusted - there may not be an access point.
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