DMM Lowjack? Bluetooth trussrod?
I'm interested in how much Loar makes it a Loar. At what point of diminishing originality does a Loar lose its luster? Refinish, hardware, binding/points, fingerboard/frets or neck, baked in an oven- rebuilt after smashing... I would imagine still a Loar! What if it is rebacked or topped? Maybe the top is more critical?
I suppose as there is a continuum of changes to originality there would be a similar continuum in price the instrument could capture and they all still be called Loar... I guess you really need that signed label in there at least...
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