Advice on pruning

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It's been in the pot for the last 10+ years. I bought it from a guy that's moving and liquidating his bonsai. He hasn't taken care of it in 10+ years
 

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I see single buds on branches and some branches seem to be a bit bare. This means it's probably not in very good health.
I would fertilize it for now, let it grow strong again and then decide next year if it can handle pruning.

There's enough to work with, so don't worry about letting it grow for a couple years. If the soil is not OK, consider a repot in fall if it's showing signs of good health.
 
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