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    EBMM Cutlass SSS body

    Does anyone know how many pieces the body of this guitar usually does or can consist of? I just bought one from the original owner and was a bit surprised when I got it home to see (in better light) two join lines on the top rather clearly. Is this considered normal and if not, would this detail make it a "factory second"? Thanks for any facts or even opinions -

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    EBMM do not do factory seconds. Many guitar brands use two- or three-piece bodies as part of normal production. With age and storage conditions the wood pieces may shrink at differing rates and make the join lines visable if you look at it just the right way. It's not a big deal.
    Last edited by DrKev; 04-22-2020 at 01:04 PM.
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    Thanks!

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    I noticed something similar on my JP6 when i first got it. It went away with time though.

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