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Thursday night I was falling asleep on the couch so I moved my Cigano GJ-10, which is a fine example of their work, a little further away from the end of the couch so I wouldn't kick it if I fell asleep. It is a tight spot with another guitar stand, currently vacant, a few inches away. Normally, there is room for my 22 lb. Border Terrier to pass between the two stands without incident. The next morning as I was tuning in some GJ on my computer, I heard a raucous noise, just a couple of feet from me, noticed my Cigano had been upended, and my dog was scooting nervously away. The guitar was lying on it's side on the carpeted floor, resting against the other guitar stand. Of course the first thought is "broken neck". But on further examination, the neck was intact, and I couldn't find a single scratch. Thankfully, due to the carpeted floor, the second stand and perhaps an older, slower dog that helped to slow the guitar down and cushion the fall, all is well and I'm not in the market for neck repair or a new second guitar. Quite lucky indeed!