- Jun 8, 2004
A re-neck is a re-neck. In Burst land, that would be 50% deductible or more. In this case, maybe more because it wasn't done all that historically correct. I am surprised to be honest with you that it wasn't. I think (thought?) that Michael Stevens had done the re-neck, so I am surprised its not all that accurate.there are very distinctive grain features in the Korina lumber that look identical to the Dave Rogers (La Crosse, WI) 1958 Explorer that is said to be, "original."
having a stepped heel with a replacement neck would not particularly be considered 'original' by most folks, would it?
Just asking but details would be interesting to know.
I traded a few emails with Dave many years ago and told him that one year I would like to visit his store; never have.
I'm in Saint Paul which is a 1 1/2 hour drive to La Crosse. Maybe I could finally go visit Daves and check out 9 1995 for myself, in person.