I recently acquired this instrument, it's not really super valuable or collectible like Martins but it sounds and plays amazing! Lovely QS oak back and sides. It's a very simple instrument with no binding on the body. As a result a bit of the spruce top has splintered off. How would one go about doing that repair? I'm a fairly competent woodworker but not a luthier
Also, someone at some point in time wrote the standard open guitar tuning on the soundboard in what looks to be pen. Any chance of undoing that?
The pen I can live with but I'd like to address that splinter for sure.
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