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Guitar from 1993 12 string returned for the 3 or 4 time.

I just sent you my guitar a 93 12 string guitar for the 3 time. you have tried and tried to repare it,, but it was a lemon for sure... this time i can not adjust the neck. i had a music store in billings mt try and couldnt. my guitar should be there by the 4 th of march. i hope you can just replace this one,,,, i love the sound. the electronics has never worked. you rebuilt it 2 times . i am frustrated. i do hope some how you can help me....i appreaciate anything you can do. i talked i think his name is mat. i enclosed all paper work inside the case and box... thank you so much for your time with this....

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