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Old 01-06-2020, 04:36 PM
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Default Recent B.I.G. (er) Progress Shots

Once again, Tom's fabulous show approaches.
And once again, we're straining to make our deadlines.
We'll show progress shots as we have some photo-worthy stages, but this shot hopefully will whet some appetites.

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You can probably guess the species used, yes?

Stay tuned...
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Dalbergia nacogdochia...
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Wow, Steve, those are some nice looking bridges!!!!
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Old 01-06-2020, 07:24 PM
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I love it. That's what I'm putting on the CITES forms from now on!

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Wow, Steve, those are some nice looking bridges!!!!
Thanks Tom, now all we have to do is put some guitars under them!
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Nice color on those bridges.
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Those bridges look schweeet!
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Hmmm, a pyramid bridge, it seems a 00 might be in the works?
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Good looking bridge brother but you better get to it. BIG is just around the corner.
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Get to it indeed! We're working as fast as we can.
Here's one of the backs:


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Those bridges look schweeet!
Bill, Dennis, thanks kind sirs. We were pleased with the color as well.

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Hmmm, a pyramid bridge, it seems a 00 might be in the works?
Dave, right you are. The Claro walnut back pictured above is being made into a double "Oh"! You might like it, ya know!

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Good looking bridge brother but you better get to it. BIG is just around the corner.
Thanks for the pressure-free reminder. But I think it's going to work out.
Once again, fingers crossed.
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Is that a koa center strip? Will the binding match that?
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Here's one of the backs:


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Wow Steve, what is that?
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Wow Steve, what is that?
I second Tom's question! Very interesting back!!!

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I'll submit a third. What is that knarly stuff?
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"The Claro walnut back pictured above is being made into a double "Oh"!"
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