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Old 01-23-2021, 07:20 PM
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I happen to know you guys make great sitka / curly mahogany 12 strings!
Thanks again, Vance. Yours inspired us—again!

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Beautiful! She's doing a great job!
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When she’s done decorating your shop, take her on the road. I need some hearts and rainbows in my shop too.
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Uh-oh. I think I see some runout in the top of that tool rack.
Ha! It does sorta look like runout, but instead we’ve just got white pine being white pine. (Which is a fine backdrop for young artists with felt markers, BTW.)
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John’s “Show me more” has seemed to open a Pandora’s box. Just to fan the flames, here’s a pic of one of the last ebony guitars we built.

That's really cool. Beautiful work as always!
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Just an offcut of some firewood. What can I make of it? Suggestions?

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Depending on how thick and actual size, that would be great as a heel cap or even a rosette if there is enough of it, truss rod cover to match the heel cap, or just a piece of artwork!!!
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Laminate it to a slab of that really light wood you made the desk from and make some Kinnaird coasters. Or cut it out the same size as your soundholes and glue it to your soundhole cutouts and make Kinnaird coasters...or any one of many other coaster ideas.
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Depending on how thick and actual size, that would be great as a heel cap or even a rosette if there is enough of it, truss rod cover to match the heel cap, or just a piece of artwork!!!
Rosette is the first thing that came to mind, but heel cap is great, too!
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Make thin radial slices an use it for purfling.

What is that? Spalted pine?
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Here’s a rosette I put together from the spalted oak firewood. What do you think?

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Perfect. Just it for purfling too. Same way
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Looks pretty cool against that redwood!
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Coasters don't work unless you leave the middle there as well...
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Perfect. Just it for purfling too. Same way
Sounds pretty good. In fact reminds me of one of your guitars before.

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Looks pretty cool against that redwood!
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As they say in Texas, that’s “purdy”...
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Here’s a rosette I put together from the spalted oak firewood. What do you think?

Well, I like it! Jeepers, step out of the shop for a day and look what turns up. (I wonder if I stay out tomorrow what lovely thing might appear?)
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If you stay out of the shop tomorrow, then probably an early weekend will appear.
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