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1933 E.Freeman conversion #256
This is a most unusual, and clever way to have converted an Eddie Freeman. Generally people remove the original neck and put on a brand new one, thus "robbing" the guitar of half of it's identity. In this case, the Luthier who did the job kept the neck and added a wider neck and fingerboard on top of the original neck..all this done most expertly, thus reaching an excellent result of playability and comfort.
The top has had several cracks repaired and cleated. The guitar plays and sounds great, needing nothing done..
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