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Thread: NUD: Grimes redwood/ziricote tenor

  1. #11
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    Would love a video!

  2. #12
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    Sweet! In the very unlikely event that your attention ever drifts away from the tone, you can just stare at the perfect miters in the purfling!

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    Beautiful.

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    How nice Eddie, a beaut.


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    I don't often reply on NUD posts, but there's only one word for that, "Wow!"

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    Wow Eddie! Congratulations, it’s gorgeous!

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    Another beauty added to your fine collection! Congratulations my friend
    Please show us family pictures of all treasures!
    Brenda

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    Absolutely gorgeous! I love a solid Redwood top. Bet it sounds incredible!
    If music be the food of love, play on! -Bill Shakespeare

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    Wow Eddie, what a huge surprise, just when I thought your appetite for new ukes was slowing down you go ahead with one of the most striking instruments I have ever seen! Congratulations, I wish you many hours enjoyment with it!

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