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Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by TKOjams, Feb 26, 2011.
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way too cool. sounds great. ain't nothing wrong with your playing...you ought to hear me...no, bad idea. you really ought not, and if i have it my way you won't.
great job. looks and sounds killer
Sounds really great TKO!
for NOTHING !!! think about that !!
edit : common' ! let me dream a little... ^^
One year condensed into 7:28
Awesome axe - and nice playing too. I don't know why you say you're so bad.
Huge range of sweet tones and pure beauty in the build. That's a guitar to die for, my friend.
Ditto that! What a fine instrument, and superb craftsmanship!!
Of course it could always be better....get to work on the next one
I already started my friend.
Love the color on this one!
Playing isn't too bad either
I am really pleased with the end resault. The only thing I will change moving foward is the width of the neck at the nut. It is slightly wider than I used to, it's 1 3/4 - 45mm. Once ya get used to it, it feels great and the neck is smooth and fast.
Wow! I would like to add my kudos. I love the look of walnut and that piece is amazing. Add to that the combination with yellow leaves me at a loss for words to describe how great that looks. Spectacular build! Thanks for sharing.
Yeah,thatWalnut can definitely hold its own.I used an aluminum tailpiece and I was so impressed I used an aluminum stopbar and a brass not.3 piece string thru neck.And two p-90,s from 61
,? I think.Was gonna use PAF,s but I tried these first and I'll NEVER change.Musta been good beer.I just had a Wild Cherry come down in a storm,bout 38 inches at the base,bout 25 foot before there's a limb.Still lookin at it and thinking..
nnSORRY I HIT THE WRONG BUTTONS AND COULD'NT DELETE
She's for sale, any interest??
Anyone want to buy a "naturally road-worn" liver or kidney?