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Father-son team fixes, builds guitars for stars and the not-so-famous

Jon Mouradian and his father, Jim, moved their well-regarded shop from Cambridge to their hometown of Winchester. Jon Mouradian and his father, Jim, moved their well-regarded shop from Cambridge to their hometown of Winchester. (Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff)
By Terry Byrne
Globe Correspondent / February 19, 2009

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On the busy Main Street just north of Winchester Center, two huge storefront windows reveal hundreds of guitars hanging on the walls. One entire wall is devoted to basses, while Fender Stratocasters, Telecasters, Gretsch Country Gentlemen, Rickenbacker, PRS, and Gibson Les Pauls and SGs line another wall. Behind the display area, another 160 guitars wait patiently in their cases for ... (Full article: 1212 words)

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