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Old 04-14-2010, 09:19 AM
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That 13 1/2 foot board that's over 3 feet wide remains un-billeted. Waiting for the economy to turn around a bit, I hear Taylor is down to 3 sets. Maybe they will come begging. LOL
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Old 05-08-2011, 05:05 PM
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I've moved the pictures, and because I have this thread in my signature, and because I'm insanely happy with this guitar, I decided I'd put the updated picture link here, along with a few teasers for those of you who might not have seen "Wanderer" previously.

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Old 05-08-2011, 07:16 PM
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I've moved the pictures, and because I have this thread in my signature, and because I'm insanely happy with this guitar, I decided I'd put the updated picture link here, along with a few teasers for those of you who might not have seen "Wanderer" previously.
I have not seen the Wanderer previously and thank you for posting these amazing pictures! Wonderful detail in this guitar. I had to pause the slide show at almost every pic. Superb in all aspects.
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And it SOUNDS amazing too!
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And it SOUNDS amazing too!
Phil,

With Jenn's comment I wish I could do a side by side with my blackwood CX, but that would be too difficult to arrange.

I never cease to be amazed by this guitar. I think you should reshow the photos every six months or so!

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Beautiful, and I can only imagine how good it sounds.

This makes me very anxious for the arrival of my own Meridian. Please, don't post again until July!
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Beautiful, and I can only imagine how good it sounds.

This makes me very anxious for the arrival of my own Meridian. Please, don't post again until July!
Speaking of which...time for some more photos Huck? There is no such thing as too many!
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Speaking of which...time for some more photos Huck? There is no such thing as too many!
I'll give Mike a prod - he's very busy with mine and the Healdsburg guitars, but hope to have more photos soon. I have some of the woods we're using for inner sides, head plate, rosette etc. but I want to post in context with the build. More soon!
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