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Old 04-12-2017, 09:24 AM
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That looks great!

The filler that was used may or may not act as a stain.

But anyway, just so you know in the future, when cracks come together like that uneven you should just be able to reach inside the sound hole and pop them back together in place. If it comes back together nice and tight then you are lucky, if not then I use a plexiglass caul clamped from the outside with 'go bars' inside the body to align the crack before then applying pressure from the side, across and perpendicular to the crack, so that the two cracked halves come together perfectly.
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