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Old 01-10-2020, 11:12 PM
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Soooo, since we know the crazy Walnut is going to be a 00, when do we get a hint what the Brazilian Rosewood will be???
Hint right now: the peg heads match their respective body woods.
Soooo, that one will be on a Brazilian body.

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Hint right now: the peg heads match their respective body woods.
Soooo, that one will be on a Brazilian body.

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Hmmm, that much you had already let slip, plus the picture of the 00 back. When is the big reveal of the model of the Brazilian? if you are trying to create suspense it is working splendidly, Ha!!!
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Old 01-11-2020, 03:36 PM
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Hmmm, that much you had already let slip, plus the picture of the 00 back. When is the big reveal of the model of the Brazilian? if you are trying to create suspense it is working splendidly, Ha!!!
Ok...ok...I almost snapped a pic of the closed box today.
I was going to let that speak for itself, but since there is no pic yet, I'll tell you--the Brazilian will be a deep-bodied OM w/ a Venetian cutaway.
Now, just stay tuned for pics!

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As promised, hereís some pics of the Brazilian OM that is racing towards Tomís place.





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That cutaway OM is spectacular Steve and Ryan!
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Woot woot!!! B.I.G. (er) will be very proud to have this guitar on display...the BRW is spectacular and I love me some shell purfling!!!! Way to go guys!
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That’s very lovely!
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That cutaway OM is spectacular Steve and Ryan!
Thanks David, much appreciated!


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Woot woot!!! B.I.G. (er) will be very proud to have this guitar on display...the BRW is spectacular and I love me some shell purfling!!!! Way to go guys!
We're pleased you are pleased, Tom! Now cross your fingers that Uncle Tony can spiff her up in time.

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Thank you, Haasome, you're very kind.

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The sparkle gets in your eyes! Wow! Then you flip it over and shazam!

Lookin' mighty fine guys.
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The sparkle gets in your eyes! Wow! Then you flip it over and shazam!

Lookin' mighty fine guys.
Thanks Dennis!
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Wow, that one is going to be amazing! I'm sure it will see a lot of action at B.I.G. (er), I bet it goes home from there with a new owner
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Wow, that one is going to be amazing! I'm sure it will see a lot of action at B.I.G. (er), I bet it goes home from there with a new owner
Thank you Dave, I hope your prophetic skills are spot on.

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Old 01-19-2020, 09:04 AM
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Very nice brother. See how you guys are always upping the anti. Now I've got to get back into the shop. Thanks a lot.
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Old 01-19-2020, 09:07 AM
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I know I speak for a lot of people who own a Kinnaird, but Kinnaird guitars represent some of the greatest value in the hand built market. Fantastic guitars that will rival those 3 times their price, period. Get one in you hands and you will hear (and see) that I am not exaggerating.
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Old 01-19-2020, 11:27 AM
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I know I speak for a lot of people who own a Kinnaird, but Kinnaird guitars represent some of the greatest value in the hand built market. Fantastic guitars that will rival those 3 times their price, period. Get one in you hands and you will hear (and see) that I am not exaggerating.
Tom I hope you mean Kinnaird east as well as west. If so I'm giving a heart felt thanks from the east
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