It was really interesting to see exactly what goes into making a guitar. My thought was cut a piece of wood, sand it, paint it and add "stuff"..... Wow, the guide walked you through each station of the factory explaining how they moisten the wood, cut, glue, sand, paint...as well as all of the steps it takes to make a guitar neck and the materials used. We went on a weekend so there were no workers at the stations to watch, so if I could choose, I would attempt to see this exhibit Monday through Friday so we could see the workers in action but we were still not disappointed. This tour is perfect for guitar players and inquisitive people. This tour may not be considered fun by young children or young persons that do not play guitar.
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