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Old 09-20-2019, 02:49 PM
philjs philjs is online now
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Originally Posted by Naboz View Post
Ha! Bunch of enablers around here...I'm trying to keep the GAS at bay!
Misery loves company...and I've never been this miserable!

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Asturias: '17 GS Custom (Euro spruce/mahogany) Crosby: '10 FSE (redwood/black walnut), '10 Bouzar (spruce/maple),
'12 JE Baritone Multiscale (redwood/black walnut), '19 Cittar (Lutz spruce/mango) Furch: '17 S22CMc (cedar/mahogany)
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Old 09-21-2019, 11:20 AM
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In case anyone is wondering about the string spacing at the saddle on the Timberline harp guitars, I emailed Timberline using the address on their web site. They answered me that it's 2 1/8 inch.

I asked what it would cost to get a custom string spacing of 2 1/4, and they are going to get back to me.
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