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John LeMaster


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Post  Posted 4 Jul 2019 6:48 pm    
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"Pictures of Eddie Fulawkas personal double 10 that I recently acquired. As far as I know it was only played at his home and Scotties convention in St. Louis.
It was built in 1990 and he made adjustments as
required
I am honored to have such a beautiful instrument made by
such a Dear friend."

Ollie Strong
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John LeMaster


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Post  Posted 4 Jul 2019 6:54 pm     more pics from Ollie Strong
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Tim Sergent


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Post  Posted 4 Jul 2019 8:19 pm    
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Nice John!
I was fortunate enough to get to go to Eddie's house one time and visit with him and get to play some of his steel guitars. What a great guy!
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John LeMaster


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Post  Posted 5 Jul 2019 3:27 am    
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Yes, Tim, Ed was amazing. Nice guy, and what a perfectionist builder!

Glad that Ollie now has this guitar. Ollie is a fine Steeler. (He had difficulty uploading the pics, and I was happy to lend a little assistance.)

By the way, my friend Chet Gibson has a D10 Fulawka that could be the twin to Ollie's.
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Jack Stoner


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Post  Posted 5 Jul 2019 4:19 am    
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That makes two that Ollie owns. He has one that was built about 12 years ago.

Here is Ollie with his Fulawka (picture taken at Catfish Johnny's in Lake Panasoffkee)



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Mike Holder


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Post  Posted 5 Jul 2019 12:45 pm    
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Looks like Devine Interception!
Eddy; Rest In Peace...Ollie; tear it up!
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Gary Arnold


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Panhandle of Florida, USA
Post  Posted 5 Jul 2019 11:37 pm    
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My Twins born 2009 both doing well>


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Gary Spaeth


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Post  Posted 6 Jul 2019 4:34 am    
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the video of ed building them.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KC16R0NDz6Q
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ollie strong


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Post  Posted 6 Jul 2019 4:50 am     fulawka pictures
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John Thanks for the help getting these pictures out there..I may be able to play a tune or two But there's no pedals on my computer,,, more to learn and so little time.. Planning on at least 20 years.

Tim, anyone who came to Eddies home probably played this gem.

Jack, Eddie used the date the guitar was made as part of the serial number stamped on the under side of guitar ,,so ED 's 071290,,the 90 is not clear ,it looks more like 96 next time its turned over I'll take a picture and see it better.. ,mine 113002
the pull switch on the back of the guitar changes the right knee pedals from one neck to the other,,started out as only one puller, then two pullers ,,the one puller pulled both pedals ,,I think the 96 is likely the right year ..any one have thoughts on this
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Harry Johansen


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Post  Posted 10 Jul 2019 3:35 am    
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Ollie,I have a video where you are playing this guitar in year 2000 at Ed's place.
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