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Old 03-04-2021, 05:26 AM
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Glad to see that the power has returned to Nacogdoches Steve and thanks as always for chiming in . Mark usually uses maple for his purflings and given the dark, straight grained nature of this set a lower contrast yet figured purflings seemed like a good choice. The “dark sea of linearity” seems like the name of a song or a poem.

Originally Posted by Steve Kinnaird View Post
Indeed, what Jamie said. Bob, you could recalibrate your straightedges against that Brazilian grain. Wow! That’s the kind of stuff that doesn’t grow on trees. And the Koa purflings are an inspired choice against that dark sea of Brazilian linearity.

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