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I have a 2012 Wildwood '54 thinskin. While the finish isn't thick, it has been taking me years of hard playing to get wear on it.
Yeah, and nobody knew how to catch dinner until they did. Some get fat while others are skinny. ;)
Great deal, CONGRATS!
Pics please. I love a nice camphor burl especially! And I like the way it smells when cut or sanded.
I only ever asked you ONE question, and then pointed out how you were wrong. You don't know what you are talking about. You have obviously never...
No, it is not. Not all guitars are the same or built to the same specs. CNC is prefab and not considered to be by hand or from scratch. I don't...
I apologize for derailing your thread. I actually like the concrete guitar, but with my back...that's definately a guitar for a younger fella...
Your point is off target. Assembling pre fab is NOT building a guitar from scratch, as I pointed out long ago.
I'm done. You're exhausting.
CNC is not hand built. :rolleyes:
The previous two replies are spot on.
No, I got the point. I think you missed the point. My response wasn't directed at the video.
It's not just all about making the body.
Seriously, you can stop the trolling now.
:rolleyes:Sure buddy, sure. In fact, it IS science.
You can quit trolling me now. :rolleyes:
In all seriousness, I can recommend the Fat 50's. They work great for me in every position. In fact, the bridge position Fat 50's...
I agree that the duration of the lockdowns has been longer than a lot of companies planned for.
I can also understand wanting what you paid for....
I can't take credit for that one. Rick Toone makes some VERY unusual and original guitars.
I have no affiliation.
Not to me. I mean what do you do when you already have one of everything and an unlimited budget still? Get TWO of everything! :thumb: