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Fantastic work. Striking mix of ingredients and I love the Padauk and its simple elegance. They're not unlike my last Padauk build of about a year...
Great work maricopa. Love that headstock and the lines on the body and pick guard.
Thanks PaulMarr and BR06623.
Paul, my official picture for the build is this.
Thanks for running a really educational, stimulating...
Thanks Herb, and thanks for the encouragement from the outset.
That's a very fine little black number. Most covetable.
Wins the prize for sheer, insane ambition and for not being intimidated in the execution by one's sheer, insane ambition. Superb concept and...
Very nice colour choice and stately looking guitar. Impressive work processes too.
Tidy work. Very nice axe.
Very nice indeed
Thanks kwerk. Yours is really looking very striking and impressive. Looking forward to your vid.
Thanks a lot, guys.
En baie dankie dat jy die gitaar gekyk het, Ike57, en dat jy die moeite gedoen het om die ordentlike afrikaanse groete to stuur.
Thanks BarnCaster. Yes I was thrilled that it could still twang through the african blackwood bridge. I think the bridge pickup is a tad too close...
Wow! That is just plain exquisite. Definitely the most stately and refined build I've seen in a long time. Very amazing work.
Thanks emoney, flatfive, axedaddy and junkmutt. Much appreciated.
Nice work gear head. Looks and sounds great.
Thanks Picton, JP, DeepSouth, Nosmo and RCole. Yes, I'd have loved to get a real pro to play it. If I do, I'll post a second vid.
Here's the video. A somewhat ham-handed version of John Lennon's Julia.
Thanks to all for most generous encouragement on my debut build...
Thanks Nosmo. Yes, very happy. You probably know how it is: Some builds just seem to be kissed by fate, others not so lucky. This one really went...
Here's a pile of pics of the finished product. It's strung with 12 to 70 gauge strings, so the bass provides a deep rich low end which...