This is the enclosed drying room where the guitars wait for the nitrocellulose g...

by The Acoustic Centre October 15, 2014

This is the enclosed drying room where the guitars wait for the nitrocellulose gloss finish to dry. The air in this room is dispensed and replaced with fresh air every 1.5 minutes! The climate in Nazareth goes from humid and sticky in the summer to complete ice storm freeze-outs in the winter but don't worry, Martin have got it sorted!





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