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We can replace broken tone holes
This is the d tone hole. Half the top of the tone hole is missing. ( If it had been just a very small bit; it might have been possible to fill it or glue the missing piece back in . ) This one will have to be replaced.
[Broken instruments can be made to play like new at a faction of the cost of a new one]
I take many measurements accurate to .001. I triple check all measurements and build an accurate picture of the tone hole. I also make an imprint of the tone hole from the inside.