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Jim Cohen


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Philadelphia, PA
Post Posted 19 Mar 2017 6:32 pm     Reply with quote

Just stunning. Did you ever settle on a price and announce it, Scott?
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Scott Walker


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Santa Cruz, California
Post Posted 19 Mar 2017 6:48 pm     Reply with quote

Hey Jim, thanks!! Yeah here is a link to that thread in the "New Product" section.

http://bb.steelguitarforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=302596&highlight=stereo


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Scott Duckworth


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Etowah, TN Western Foothills of the Smokies
Post Posted 20 Mar 2017 2:39 am     Reply with quote

I'm impressed by all the carving in the body. Almost makes me wish you had a Plexiglas back on it!

Is that done by CNC, portable machine, hand, or a combination?
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Scott Walker


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Post Posted 20 Mar 2017 8:30 am     Reply with quote

Thanks Scott! Yeah its a combination of all the above. I also machine the bridges to match Lolllars string through pickup. This bolts on through the back of the the guitar.Here are a few pics of the revised version.


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James Phillips


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Michigan, USA
Post Posted 20 Mar 2017 5:09 pm     Reply with quote

Top notch craftsmanship. Any possibility of an 8 stringer?
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Scott Walker


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Santa Cruz, California
Post Posted 20 Mar 2017 5:21 pm     Reply with quote

Thanks James. Yes! Its gonna be a bit, but yeah working on that bridge design with a 8 string pickup. After the hardware gets worked through, the guitar will get a new headstock and wider neck and fingerboard. Hope to have it together later this year.
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Colin Alder


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Santa Cruz, California, USA
Post Posted 21 Mar 2017 4:51 pm     Reply with quote

HOLY COW!!! So beautiful
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Andy Volk


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Boston, MA
Post Posted 22 Mar 2017 12:13 am     Reply with quote

Gorgeous instrument and so well conceived and executed, Scott.
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David Mason


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Cambridge, MD, USA
Post Posted 22 Mar 2017 3:31 am     Reply with quote

Is that bridge designed to swap in different rod materials to adjust tone? I just started making a little rosewood riser to try this on my MSA SuperSlide, as it has more treble than I can possible use.
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