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Matthew really enjoying this thread. Burton has CL build for me that is about at the same point of completion. It is hog/adi with 42 style koa purfling The bass side is Koa as well and treble side hog. Very unique build. Burton is shooting for a very light build of less than 3 lbs.
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Stunning! Fascinating tone bar positioning.

Looking forward to following and hearing this one.
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Matthew really enjoying this thread. Burton has CL build for me that is about at the same point of completion. It is hog/adi with 42 style koa purfling The bass side is Koa as well and treble side hog. Very unique build. Burton is shooting for a very light build of less than 3 lbs.
Yours is adjacent in some of the photos!
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Stunning! Fascinating tone bar positioning.

Looking forward to following and hearing this one.
Your geographic proximity to the greater Boston metro area would, in theory, allow you to swoop in, put a nice belt buckle rash on, and escape!
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Your geographic proximity to the greater Boston metro area would, in theory, allow you to swoop in, put a nice belt buckle rash on, and escape!
Well, he definitely won't leave any hair on it . . .
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Yours is adjacent in some of the photos!


Haha, your right. I hadnít noticed before.
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Well, he definitely won't leave any hair on it . . .
Well, none from my head ...
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Well, he definitely won't leave any hair on it . . .
Savage! Not even cancer gets a pass between you two! JT, please write him as a villain in your next tome, or take a page from Dante and put your nemesis in the inferno, doomed to play a zager for eternity!
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Savage! Not even cancer gets a pass between you two! JT, please write him as a villain in your next tome, or take a page from Dante and put your nemesis in the inferno, doomed to play a zager for eternity!
Oh, go easy on WoeIsJuston. He feels inadequate, well, for a lot of reasons, but especially he doesn't have a Kim Walker guitar and I do.

Pity, not revenge, is the appropriate response.
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Old 12-17-2020, 07:20 PM
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Oh, go easy on WoeIsJuston. He feels inadequate, well, for a lot of reasons, but especially he doesn't have a Kim Walker guitar and I do.

Pity, not revenge, is the appropriate response.
That would be Walkers...(plural)
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Oh, go easy on WoeIsJuston. He feels inadequate, well, for a lot of reasons, but especially he doesn't have a Kim Walker guitar and I do.

Pity, not revenge, is the appropriate response.
Sorry I didnít get to this sooner. I was combing out my hair. Given your age, I can understand your preoccupation with walkers.
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Sorry I didnít get to this sooner. I was combing out my hair. Given your age, I can understand your preoccupation with walkers.
HAHAHA!

Woodstock 2021 is building in my head to be an epic Duel of the Fates. I hope to recreate whiskey and cigars with our New England Triumvirate of luthiers with Jason and Michael as well.
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HAHAHA!

Woodstock 2021 is building in my head to be an epic Duel of the Fates. I hope to recreate whiskey and cigars with our New England Triumvirate of luthiers with Jason and Michael as well.
Agreed! Here's to a Woodstock 2021 gathering.
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Sorry I didnít get to this sooner. I was combing out my hair. Given your age, I can understand your preoccupation with walkers.
If I had your guitar-playing skills, I'd also spend my time on personal grooming.
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Old 12-18-2020, 03:13 PM
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If I had your guitar-playing skills, I'd also spend my time on personal grooming.
If you had my guitar playing skills, Kim would probably confiscate your Walkers!
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