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I bought an esraj from U.K and have it shipped to the U.S. During transit, there was a crack in the back of fret board and one on the back of the "gourd" part of the instrument. Any a luther be able to repair such cracks or any suggestions on experience Indian instrument repair? I am located in Arizona. Thanks.
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i had a cack 2 but it was caused bey acidently doping .and my one is 40 ? years old . i have seen in dehli in an musick shop an cacket one also .tey wantet to sell my this bey sayin no problem
.u can get it fixt but u will have to take it apart totaly .so u have kind of rebuild it .i have done it with ok result . so give it an try and if u fail u get an other one and u know how it looks inside .
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