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  1. #1801
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    Here's the next batch of Ono tenors. Amazon rosewood with Adirondack spruce top, myrtle with Port Orford cedar, and Tasmanian blackwood with western red cedar.


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    Well done, David! The Amazon rosewood's rosette really pops against the spruce top. Simply beautiful.

    Bill

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    Those look real pretty.

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    Salty--really beautiful!

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    Spent a cold rainy day yesterday working on a new sanding drum for my Shopsmith. Messy and laborious, but it will greatly expand my sanding capacity. It will let me go from a 9" x 1" drum to a 14.5" x 4" drum. I also started work on a go-bar deck.


    drum1.jpgdrum4.jpg

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    Next batch of six....2 Koa sets ...2 Brazilian sets...2 Cuban sets.

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    If you can believe that moving images and sound, can fly through empty space across the universe and be seen and heard on a box in your living room ?.. then you can believe in anything.

  8. #1808
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    Gradually getting shop set up and back to luthery after a few busy years leading to retirement and moving. This is the hand winder for pickups fashioned from a Hardy Perfect fly fishing reel. Not sure if there are still fly fishers here, but I only drilled a third extra spool that was badly scratched, so I still use the reel with the other two.Perfect pickup winder-1.jpg

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    I love it. What human ingenuity can come up with.

    "Where there is a will, there is a way"

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