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Terry...My latest is a Cuban Mahogany and Lutz OLF SJ.

I like it a lot as has everyone who has played it. It has a big sound much like that of a Dred. I'll use the combo on other sizes as well...I really don't think you can go wrong with the combo.

BTW...nice OM!!!

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Wow very nice Terry my friend!!!!

That top looks beautiful and Lutz is a great sounding tonewood.

Great job!


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Terry, Man that one knocks my socks off.

way to go, very nice.

Where are all the other Pics.

We need more inspiration.


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Very Classy OM Terry! Love that clover inlay.
And that Lutz top looks really nice!
That's a fine finish by Adam.
Did you use to do your own finishes Terry?
A Very beautiful guitar.

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Terry Great looking OM. Very classical and stylish.

Todd, beautiful guitars as well. They look old, must be the tops which seem tinted.

Really nice guys

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Really nice guitar.  I agree with John - "Very classical and stylish"! 

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Beautiful guitar!


I just finished my first guitar with lutz and I am impressed. This is a flamed oregon myrtle guitar but there is something special about the sound of the guitar. I'm beting it was the lutz...


 


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Terry,

Lovely guitar - simple and elegant but very nice!! It's great to have a happy customer and even nicer to get them in the hands of professional players - firstly because they want one of your guitars and secondly because they can give valuable feedback on sound and playability. Well done!!

I really like Shane's Lutz and Lutz/mahogany is a nice combination.I've made a Lutz/Cuban mahogany small jumbo'ish guitar and a guitar-cittern and am currently making a small slothead parlour for one of my daughters in the same wood combination. As JJ and Todd say, these woods work really nicely together both tonally and visually.

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