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    Default Fixing a small ding

    While doing a little bit of restoration on this old vintage Martin, I cant help thinking of Father Ted fixing a small dent in a car that was up for auction on behalf of the church...Sometimes it's best not to bother.
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    All too easy to make it worse, isn't it? <sigh>

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    "If it's not broke, don't fix it."

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    So you're saying instead of a few drops of boiling water to raise the grain around the dent, I should just throw the whole ukulele in my turkey fryer? That does sound easier...

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