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katyrow

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About 8 months into the process of adjustment and break-in.  Very thin finish.  Extremely responsive tarabs.  



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https://www.vintagesitars.com/product-page/2018-rowley-registry-miraj-sitar


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barend

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Who made this sitar and why did you put your own badge on it? Is this a new cooperation with a Miraj maker and will these be for sale?
Looks very nice!
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Hey Barend -- Sorry for the delay in responding.  Missed your post.  I don't know who made it.  Bought it from a friend who thought it was one of the better late-model Miraj instruments he had played.  I've done some work to it re-seating a few frets and re-fitting a couple of pegs, a little jawari work, and so on.  Since it had no badge and I'm getting it up to snuff, I popped mine on it.  I don't plan on having sitars made to sell them.  
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I don't plan on having sitars made to sell them.  


Well you should. You make nice things!
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