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Old 01-27-2019, 03:40 PM
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As a new owner of a Brondel A-2, I now understand what the fuss is all about. I TOTALLY understand why you would want...I mean need...three of them, Juston.
Yeah, well, they're that good. Now you know! And welcome to the club!

Here are some photos of marquetry being made and end graft being end grafted.













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Old 01-27-2019, 11:40 PM
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The more I look at that pernambuco the more I like it. And Laurent is the master of the burl inlay.

Coming along well!
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Old 02-05-2019, 10:46 AM
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Next time I come North, I will bring all my guitars and we can get together for some comparing, picking, grinning, and general frivolity.

If you are so inclined
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Juston, I am smitten with this build. That pernambuco is so beautiful, and knowing how good Laurent's guitars can be I am thinking this one will have a little choir of angels that comes with it.
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That pernambuco is out of this world!

Looking schweeeet!
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Next time I come North, I will bring all my guitars and we can get together for some comparing, picking, grinning, and general frivolity.

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I am so inclined. Letís do it.

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Juston, I am smitten with this build. That pernambuco is so beautiful, and knowing how good Laurent's guitars can be I am thinking this one will have a little choir of angels that comes with it.
I will ask Laurent about the choir upcharge.

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That pernambuco is out of this world!

Looking schweeeet!
Thanks! The pernambuco is very cool. I used to hate the look, but it grew on me.
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Looks like the box has been completed.











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Old 02-13-2019, 09:45 PM
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The woodwork is done and now it's on to finish . . . i.e. the slow, painful part of the process.

Laurent had artistic license to do pretty much whatever he wanted. I think it turned out gorgeous. I can't wait to see it under finish and, of course, to play it.











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It looks incredible Juston, and I also like how Laurent has put numbers on the fretboard for you...very helpful for those pesky days when the brain just refuses to work.
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It looks incredible Juston, and I also like how Laurent has put numbers on the fretboard for you...very helpful for those pesky days when the brain just refuses to work.
Heís going to inlay the fingering for a few of my favorite songs.
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Very cool guitar. Like you, Pernambuco has grown on me too. I especially like the matching purfling. If completed, I would vote that you bring this to B.I.G.!
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Very cool guitar. Like you, Pernambuco has grown on me too. I especially like the matching purfling. If completed, I would vote that you bring this to B.I.G.!
+1 to this!!!
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Old 02-14-2019, 09:21 PM
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I was planning on it, guys, but I donít think the guitar will ship to me until the first week of April. Iíll likely bring my Brondel A-2c with Madagascar rosewood back and sides and my Circa OM.
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