160 RSW Regal Wreck Restoration Part 1

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  • Published on:  Sunday, March 5, 2017
  • This Regal guitar was on its last leg. Headed for the dumpster at least twice in the last so many years. Apparently it was meant to be. I was able to fix her back up. It turned out to be a pretty decent little guitar.
    LuckyLarry. https://cnclips.net/user/dlorenzo100
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  • 360 Vlogger
    360 Vlogger  seconds ago

    This is the first video of yours that I have discovered and watched and boy am I glad that I did. You can tell straight away that you are extremely knowledgeable and genuinely care for your craft. I came over from @twoodfrd channel and you two are the best that I've found on the YouTube .

  • Tyler Baker
    Tyler Baker  9 hours ago

    Can i send you a guitar for fixing

  • antipodesman
    antipodesman  5 days ago +1

    I wonder if you could have used a stack of bricks instead of clamps on that mahogany bridge plate?

  • Howell Osborne
    Howell Osborne  6 days ago

    I just took a little nap and I woke and the wifey was watching this one. At first I wondered why someone would send this guitar to you, then she told me it was the guys dad's guitar and that it hadn't been played in 50 years. Then it all made sense. We are watching part 2 on the 65" screen. By the way, your video is coming through real clear.

  • Dave Grainger
    Dave Grainger  6 days ago

    Clamp it Jed! That edge clamp you used on the crack is something. Never seen that before.

  • Derek L
    Derek L  7 days ago +3

    I don’t even play a stringed instrument but I love these restoration videos😁👍

  • A-customs Hand Crafted Guitars

    I've redone a few Harmonys and Supertones from the 1930's. I've seen the brace go all the way across under the bridge, on Supertones. I think it was done on very thin tops to avoid trashing a production piece. Nice work!

  • fredric suza
    fredric suza  7 days ago +1

    wouldn't that thick plate under the bridge reduces the sound board vibration ?

  • srvfan454
    srvfan454  7 days ago

    Wow it looks like it was literally in a pine box!

  • Dan Robinson
    Dan Robinson  14 days ago

    Shouldn't you have clamped the center of the bracing first ? If not can you explain why ?

  • Allen Bieber
    Allen Bieber  14 days ago

    Why not use hyde glue?

  • swag lords27
    swag lords27  14 days ago +1

    dont no nowt about wood but loved the way you work

  • JaYTuRtLeZ
    JaYTuRtLeZ  14 days ago +2

    The bench vise clip has me laughing, beautiful work man

  • Jeffrey Rainey
    Jeffrey Rainey  14 days ago +1

    Great to see some videos on Regal guitars. By the way, ahs anyone ever told you that you sound just like Ned Luberecki, te banjo picker? :)

  • Dylan Westphal
    Dylan Westphal  14 days ago +2

    Makes me realize the value of sentiment this.. real heart-warming stuff

  • Dale Warren Fansler
    Dale Warren Fansler  14 days ago +2

    I'd rather live by the side of the road also... ❤

  • Mark Felder
    Mark Felder  14 days ago +1

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gS78naDiB4k

  • Ozarks Jeep
    Ozarks Jeep  21 days ago +1

    I just found your channel a couple days ago and I can’t stop watching. You do great work. I’m from Branson and you know us hillbilly’s sure like bluegrass ha ha.

  • B Shinn
    B Shinn  21 days ago +6

    "You can never have too many clamps"
    This is true lol

  • Brandon Reid
    Brandon Reid  21 days ago +3

    Just a trick that I’ve learned in my years of restoring antique furniture as a weekend warrior. I have a hot plate that I put my thin flexible paint scrappers in and get them hot and I then start pushing it under whatever it is like your bridge plate to bring up works well because the heat loosens the glue back up and I use this on glue blocks that are attached to veneer and stuff like that. I think that’d be really useful on getting the bottom off of a guitar and would be perfect for that bridge plate.