It previously had had major repair work by a well known local guitar shop after owner accidentally left it in a very warm room for an extended period of time.
This caused the top of the guitar to sink to the point it cracked the top around the fretboard, this all was repaired but the top was still so low than a new tall bone saddle had to be made to give any sort of playable action!
The customer had then stored the guitar away in a much more stable environment and over time the guitar top moved back to its original shape. This then meant the action on the saddle was really high and this is where we resetup the guitar to its original low action.
This guitar is a great example of how much wood in guitars can expand and contract in different environments!