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Hesh, you tease you!

Hey, bring this one at BobC, i'll show you what the Bear can do with a beautiful DREADNAUGHT like this one!


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Dude!!!!!
You are on FIRE!!!!!! Poor Tony, you went so fast he couldn't even finish it
for you!!!!

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Hesh your like a mini factory. Beautiful even for a Dred-Not I love Honduran Rosewood. One of the nicest tonewoods available. If your running out of room for all these guitars you can leave one or two in Fort Erie.

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Nice stuff Hesh. I like the bound headstock. Very clean professional looking work.


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Hesh
You have a lot to learn about marriage
"Lacey made you shampoo the carpets"   Huh!!!!!!!

Remember the rules....

You were honored to shampoo the carpets!!!!
You actually did this without asking!!!!!
You anticitpated this, because they were a bit dirty and you took it upon
yourself to clean them!!!!!

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That's a very nice Dread, Hesh. Looking forward to seeing the new one.

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I'm curious about your bracing scheme??? I want to get in to making D size guitars for bluegrass players. Did you work off plans or develop your own bracing scheme?


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Nice work Hesh! Did you cut the abalone and inlay it yourself?


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Now Hesh!!! You know where you go when you lie!
Yes! the Bad place - Congress!

Those pictures should work well for the site!

I see you tore up the illegal landscaping!


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WOW - you are an animal Hesh

Great job on the dread. Are you building full time now?? You seem to be knocking them out one right after another. I wish I could quit my day job but can't afford the pay cut at this stage in life. Look forward to retirement - hope I have fine tuned my skills by then and show quality results like this one.


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Hesh,

Good job!

Man, I love that headstock and your inlay; very clean and professional!!

What nut width did you use?

Pete


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Hesh, nice on this one, I am sure the next will be even better! By the way I like Dreads, even though they get a fair amount of fun poked at them by many.

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This guitar is...Hesh-a-riffic!

I'm not normally a big fan of dreds, but this one......nice!


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Wait, hang on. Didn't you just get the materials for this, um, a week ago?

Head == spinning. Like, DUDE.


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Great Work Hesh
   I really like the overall look and the workmanship. Very clean. Heshtone is just cool for a logo.
   What kind of bleach did you put on those bindings? Was that Michael Jackson bleach? I mean it went from dark brown to Ivory.



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