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Stauffer style guitar
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HelloMy name is Rasmus Erlemann. I'm a luthier from Estonia.I came into possession of an old Stauffer guitar. It has been restored but unfortunately not correctly, finish has been replaced by…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Akira Sakamoto Dec 2, 2012.

 

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Akira Sakamoto replied to Rasmus Erlemann's discussion Stauffer style guitar
"Thanks, Scott. The new link doesn't work either (maybe just on my PC, but it just works normally otherwise...), but I sent a request to take part in the group on FB. :)"
Dec 2, 2012
Scot Tremblay replied to Rasmus Erlemann's discussion Stauffer style guitar
"Try this one. It's the website for his excellent book:   http://stauffer-and-co.com/   I believe he is taking a bit of a hiatus from building/restorations but I'm pretty sure he is still available for…"
Dec 2, 2012
Akira Sakamoto replied to Rasmus Erlemann's discussion Stauffer style guitar
"Scot, the link doesn't work on my PC. I'm afraid I couldn't help, but judging from the steep angle of the bridge saddle, the guitar appears to be "modified" to use steel strings, rather than "restored". Does the…"
Dec 2, 2012
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Scot Tremblay replied to Rasmus Erlemann's discussion Stauffer style guitar
"I think it would best to contact Erik P. Hofmann. He is very knowledgeable on the 19th century Viennese guitar and has restored many Stauffers and other. The first thing he'll probably want is a photo of the lable if there is one as…"
Nov 30, 2012
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Stauffer style guitar

HelloMy name is Rasmus Erlemann. I'm a luthier from Estonia.I came into possession of an old Stauffer guitar. It has been restored but unfortunately not correctly, finish has been replaced by nitrocellulose and it has a new wider neck (Old neck has been kept fortunately)How much would the repairwork by top notch vintage guitar repairman come out (removeold finish, apply authenthic finish, reattach the old neck, touch upsome inlay work.). Very loose esimate would do fine. I would do it myself…See More
Nov 30, 2012
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