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Sorry Lance
This isn't my thread. I don't want to take your thrill away!!!!
I love that Acacia
My sunburst on the neck was not totally my idea. The neck broke right
before shipping. (On the heel) I got a great glue joint but their was a small
line that I could see. I asked Tony about staining the neck to hide it and he
came up with the old vintage sunburst idea. WOW
I like it so much that my current build, same woods, will get the same neck
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Andy

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Andy! Please!
Not a problem at all! Im happy to see your guitar here, especialy since it shows more of Tonys great finishing work.



By the way, my wife LOVES your guitar

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[QUOTE=LanceK]
By the way, my wife LOVES your guitar [/QUOTE]

Well then, BUY it for her !


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Man, thats a real nice combination of woods!

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[QUOTE=Don Williams] [QUOTE=LanceK]
By the way, my wife LOVES your guitar [/QUOTE]

Well then, BUY it for her !

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Don...What d'ya think--an "OLF Barter-Bin"?


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Lance/Andy -- both of those look sweet! The only thing missing to round out this thread is pics of Brock's Madonna guitar !


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Who is Tony?

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Tony Ferguson a finish pro


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I have in stock some Tasmanian Blackwood that has the same figure as the "its on fire". The two billets will make about six sets. The first image is the billet that i will be using for backs and the second show the sides already cut.



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ooooooh yeaaaaaaaah! Nice!


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Here is some side material from the same tree log.

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Hey Hesh....better go grab one of those B&W ebony sets from the Zootman while you can!

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I also have a few back and side sets like this. I will sorting out my shed on the weekend so I plan to post several more sets for the membership to view.

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