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Wow, gorgeous guitar! I'll bet it sounds like a million bucks! Congratulations!
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I think you'll be too busy with the Charis.....better send the double top to MI so it gets some attention
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The scratches happened a couple of years ago when a customer was trying the guitar in their showroom. After he walked out they realized it had been damaged. But it sounds wonderful..I played it last year and was very impressed, but it was out of my price range even with the reduction. Enjoy!
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Savarez "New Cristal Classics" are very nice strings... i use now Dogal diamante strings but i can live with Savarez New Cristal Classics

oh and congratulations for the beautiful guitar
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