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Pipe Repair and Refurbish

deluxestogie

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Your videos always remind me that my bouzouki music is still on cassette tapes--5 cassettes. I need to find a player that works, so I can convert them to digital.

Your pipe refurbishing techniques are clearly shown, and the result is lovely.

Bob
 

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I had a Vauen [by C.Barontini] which i modify her but i was not so happy with the result so i decide to move further. The pipe started like this:



and after rustic-paint work and with a new ring and mouthpiece no looks like this:



You can see the procedure with step by step photos here: https://pipe-smoke.blogspot.com/2010/02/8.html
The pipe code is: M8-1

or in a video with music:
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNnqOYTSNhw


Ladies & Gentlemen thank you for watching!
 
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