If it's valuable and requires restorative work, I think Yuris Zeltins down in San Diego (The Blue Guitar") would be a good choice. Yes, it's a long drive.JRomeo wrote:I have a vintage CG that needs a bit of work.
Another vote for GVR, he refinished my old Humphrey and it looked like new, great work...didn't realize he was in LA area, I am an East coast guy.6000miles wrote:german vazquez rubio does excellent work, had him refinish a guitar and am very happy with the result.
I know that you're being facetious with your alliteration, but couldn't you choose a more flattering word than "littered"?riffmeister wrote:The state of California is just littered with luthiers!
Beware, that's how it starts. You drop off your guitar at GVR's workshop for repairs, you're impressed with his work, then... you develop a serious case of GAS*!JRomeo wrote:Thanks everyone. I took it to GVR, and he turned it around in 24hrs. Damn fine work.
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