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Thread: Dog Chew Neck up for grabs

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    Default Dog Chew Neck up for grabs

    Remember that neck blank that my dog Max chewed up ? well while I had not a lot on.. I decided to try and rescue it and it didn't turn out too bad.
    I built up the chewed heel and sanded out some teeth dents.. and fitted a rosewood fret board...and when I had done, it had a few coats of FP applied but it was out of spec for my sopranos cos the neck was too slender but I recon some one who builds cigar box ukes could use it...so if anyone out there wants it..they can have it for the price of postage it's a dovetail type joint on it and it comes with a dovetail neck block..but it most likely will need a bit of shimming to fit it. or it could be modified as a bolt on.
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    I would love to have "another" go at making a cb Uke - the neck is always a problem, so I would love to have this. I will message you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JesterBlod View Post
    I would love to have "another" go at making a cb Uke - the neck is always a problem, so I would love to have this. I will message you.
    No problem it yours then I'll find out postage costs and let you know how much

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    Now sold

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timbuck View Post
    No problem it yours then I'll find out postage costs and let you know how much
    Thank you
    T Ziegenspeck, P Howlett, K Mulcock, R Morgan, Hamano, Blackbird, WOU, Cigar Box, Enya, Makala

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    I just can't believe a dog could do anything like that.
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    Heh... dogs chew things?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inksplosive AL View Post
    Heh... dogs chew things?

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    Yes they certanly do !..The latest toy?? that our two Shitzus got hold of was my Braun Series 3 electric shaver complete destruction all the head chewed up and teeth marks all over it..It cost me 95 to replace it.

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    There is a good reason your pet's breed name is spelt the way it is. Giggle.

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    It should be spelt Shih Tzu...but I think the way I spell it suits them better

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