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Old 02-14-2018, 05:55 PM
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Neck and headstock are well underway . That braz figuring on the headstock lights my fire



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Old 02-27-2018, 04:55 AM
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Here's the latest from Patrick. We now have some bracing for the top. With the top and back braced, certainly the box will be coming together soon.





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Ya know what bugs me about this guy? So messy, I wish he would do cleaner work!
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That is some incredible carving right there!
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Ya know what bugs me about this guy? So messy, I wish he would do cleaner work!
Tom,

I had a weak moment - you can clearly see the mess in the left corner, neatly assembled and out of the way. Lol
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Ya know what bugs me about this guy? So messy, I wish he would do cleaner work!
I know if I was running a pattern bit on my router table I'd look like I was tarred and feathered. This guy makes it look like the cleanest task in the shop!

Great work so far!
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Old 03-07-2018, 07:21 AM
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This build thread has been awesome to read through. Some stunning pictures for sure. I went to graduate school in Springfield, MA and wish I would have been into guitar at that time, as I would have loved to have stopped by Patrick's shop to check it out. Enjoy the rest of this process!
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