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Old 10-03-2015, 08:19 AM
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thanks Ken. Rochester is a few hours from me but If that's the place, I'll go there. Otherwise, any info you can get would be helpful.
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Old 10-04-2015, 08:30 AM
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thanks Ken. Rochester is a few hours from me but If that's the place, I'll go there. Otherwise, any info you can get would be helpful.
Yesterday, I spoke to Dave Stutzman and he said he's never had to do a repair to the top/body of a RainSong or any other carbon-fiber guitar. The only person he knows who would likely have that expertise would be Willy, who was the main Adamas craftsman at Ovation, in New Hartford, Connecticut. At this time, Willy hasn't been rehired by Ovation and is pursuing other interests. Dave said your best option is to contact RainSong to see what they can do for your damaged guitar. All The Best!

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