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Post by Beyond »

Very interesting!
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Post by lettsguitars »

redroque wrote:that 13 is a wiiiide piece of wood isn't it.
haha. Yea you could say that. Please no 'ironing board with strings' quips though :)
for it has been said a zillion times.
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We're better than that - Steve went for landing strip :)
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Post by david_l_perry »

We like bits of wood....:D
lettsguitars wrote:for it has been said a zillion times.
Hope you are not expecting originality from us.....we thrive on re-living past jokes, dredging up old cock ups and telling the same old story's over and over and over...comes with the old age and madness......finnbass is more like the elderly rest home for those dodgy relatives who refuse to die and still enjoy running around the front room in nothing more than a baggy pair of soiled y fronts....:)
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david_l_perry wrote:We like bits of wood....:D



Hope you are not expecting originality from us.....we thrive on re-living past jokes, dredging up old cock ups and telling the same old story's over and over and over...comes with the old age and madness......finnbass is more like the elderly rest home for those dodgy relatives who refuse to die and still enjoy running around the front room in nothing more than a baggy pair of soiled y fronts....:)
:) Fair enough. Landing strip sounds a bit cooler than ironing board so I can handle that one.
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Post by lettsguitars »

A few bits and pieces.
Custom shape for an ebony six string.
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Maple/ash scroll. Due for a white nitro finish.
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Zebrano/ash/black veneer 5 string. Handstand time!
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Some timber for a 7 and 8 string build (single order). The maple burr top (top) has been scrapped and we will use the quilted maple for both tops to make a a nice matched pair. Looking forward to this one!
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Easy now. J
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Post by Beyond »

Nice.
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Beyond wrote:Nice.
Quite :)
The shape there is for someone who cant afford a Fodera. Can you tell?
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Post by lettsguitars »

And here it is.
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And the camphor 6 string wings. He wants the foderary shape now too.
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Post by TPJ »

Wow, that 2nd one is quite a piece of wood! Nice.
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