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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 11top, Jan 17, 2020.
Have fun boys!!!
For a minute there I thought that was Carrot Top...can't find my readers.
I was going to guess a type of Rosewood. Beautiful! But, who’s going to build the guitar?
I thought about posting just that and talked myself out of it. In my defense, I'm still waking up...
Put some East Indian Rosewood acoustic backs through a sander/thicknesser a couple of days, that stuffs smells like germolene (anti-septic cream)!
Why would anyone be anti-septic? I have a whole tank of the stuff!
I made a Tele neck out of the Pau ferro and when that stuff hits the routing/milling bit it releases all those oils and smells terrible.
The worst I've had was with "African teak." Even with a sealed mask, gloves, eye wear, etc we were still coughing for a few days and itchy.
Apparently Wenge splinters can leave you with a septic wound.
I put an Idigbo body blank through a thicknesser last year and it smelt like printers cleaning fluid.
Your next Corvette should match something so lovely.
A possession so personal deserves to stay with it's owners.
Boogie holding a new model PRS S2 594:
Saw the world’s best rock guitarist:
and great to see our buddy, JD, Guitar Maverick, at breakfast this morning.
Run Kerry RUN!!!!
Nuno posted this from another angle on Instagram with the caption, "Guys, you'll never guess who I ran into at NAMM..."
Initially I thought this photo read:
“Boogie holding a Sant......”
Never mind, I’ll get my coat!
Remember, the White ones sound as good as the other ones. Say's the guy with the Frost Silver Sky.
Dude call 1-800-roto-rtr
Looks like a blast!!!
So, I had left this wood with the vendor at their request so that they could show it off at the show, and when I went back to get it, they had sold it to someone else (even though the tag was marked sold). They said it was an accident, and to say I was not happy is an understatement. However, they did offer this to me as a replacement, so it is now in the works.
I'm having a custom "Tele" built. Can really say by whom, but it was arranged at one of the booths at NAMM.