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oxblood wrote:Don't worry - I'm sure Steve (the site owner/Spike's butler) will sort you out.

Welcome to Finnbass! :)

All sorted, I hope:)
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Seems to work :)
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Thanks!
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Now you have your own room, don't forget to visit it! We like pics of new stuff and any other business of course. :)
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redroque wrote:Now you have your own room, don't forget to visit it! We like pics of new stuff and any other business of course. :)
Surely. I'm obviously on a fair few sites and I try and keep up as best I can.
Here's a bit of news. Now working with Jean Baudin on the 13 string. Which also means a lot of important and very helpful contacts who have helped a great deal with specs. I'm certain we're going to make it work like it should. It will have a crazy old fanned board of 40"-25.5". G#-Ab tuning. Watch this space coz it should be interesting.

Here's a mockup of my latest build. Body is glued up and should have it well underway in a week or two.
6 string. Camphor burr/ash body. wenge/padauk 7-pc neck. Wenge/padauk fingerboard. Jazz pups. Gold frets. Adjustable wooden bridge. Aggy pre.
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Post by Beyond »

Looks very impressive
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look forward to seeing that complete
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Post by lettsguitars »

neck blanks for the 6 and 13.
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that 13 is a wiiiide piece of wood isn't it.
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It's a landing strip:)
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