Hey guys, This old, cheap acoustic guitar was given to me by family friends few years back (I think I was the second fellow who it was donated to) and it's been collecting dust ever since. Now, I thought to start refinishing it, to make it a sort of a campfire guitar. And, I thought to make it public, so that you guys can see the whole thing, screwups and all. So here we go, Tsal's Summer Project 2003! The victim you can see here, it's an extremely cheap nylon-stringed guitar - well, I guess that's what it's ment for - with plywood body, extremely cheap parts, etc, basicly the variety you see sold at Wal-mart for $20. Not kidding here. There's a sticker saying "Scala" inside the body, but I'd be very surprised if you would have seen a guitar by that name costing more than $50. It has dings and scratches, missing E-string, frets that stick out quater of an inch, two different tuning machinerys et cetera. But for some reason, no matter how crappy it is, I somehow like the sound of nylon strings and the neck, even if bit twisted, feels quite nice, so it's getting some filing, sanding and new paint. Hang around to see the progress! Disclaimer: If you have any experience about woodworking, painting, fixing musical instruments or such, what you see will probably deeply disturbe you! So keep your nitros around, this is 100% pure amateur work, and I'm jumping from one phase to the next one and back to finish the first when I feel like it. Fun ride, though!