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man

tough choice this month.

i love matts :D but i just can't go past a les paul, so setch gets my vote

cheers

darren

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Wow this is was a tough month but that bass just kills me. Gorgeous spalt and just a flawless job. I also loved Setchs long awaited Les paul. Godins was awesome too. the tele had a color and clear on it and the leviathans colors were nice

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setch...you keep building those gorgeous,clean,understated les pauls and i will keep wishing i had them.

that may possibly be the most gorgeous instrument i have ever seen built here

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as much as I like all the guitars this month, i have to go with matt's that is an amazing piece of maple and is finished extremly well, i liked it the most

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For me it was a toss-up between Bassman and Matt...

I find it hard to vote for copies of other guitars, no matter how great they look...

The Leviathan is a pro guitar, it just don't seem fair!

Godin, sorry bub, but you entered this last month, I voted for you then, but you're old news now :D

Bassman's bass is impressive, and it looks like a blast to play, but I finally decided on Matt's --there's originality in the shape, and the headstock, and the execution is great.

Still, for me, there's a tie going on between the Bassman and Matt.

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I was set to vote for the Leviathon, and I looked at the pics again...

I must have bass on the brain lately, because I just couldn't walk past that hybrid.

Greg

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I had to vote for that bass. I LOVE the spalted top on it. I liked them all so much that I had too narrow it down by which ones I would want to play. So it was between the tele and the bass but I just can't get over that amazing spalted top!

Godin, sorry bub, but you entered this last month, I voted for you then, but you're old news now biggrin.gif

Ya ya I know I know. The twins will be ready in about a week so they will be in the GOTM june. There exact copies of each other so can I enter them together? because It's kind of a set...

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Godin, sorry bub, but you entered this last month, I voted for you then, but you're old news now biggrin.gif

Ya ya I know I know. The twins will be ready in about a week so they will be in the GOTM june. There exact copies of each other so can I enter them together? because It's kind of a set...

No, enter one in June, the other in July... :D

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Matt's guitar did it for me this month. Gotta love blank fret boards and that finish is gorgeous.

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Godin.

Although it took an ~eternity~ for his pics to download on my dialup. :D

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Well, The LGM Leviathan gets my vote, if only because I love the shape and have just emailed Jeremy about ordering an 8 stringer!

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Tough call. I'm torn between Godin's red guitar (gorgeous wood selection, and i'm kinda into P-90s for some reason lately) and Bassman's hybrid (gorgeous wood selection, and i love piezo-powered basses).

<coin toss>

Godin it is!

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Every guitar this month was great and I hate having to just vote for one. I ended up voting for Setch's Les Paul, not only because it was a great build, but also because he actually took the time to show us his building process that added to the Project Guitar community. That's what I think PG is all about, sharing with each other information that will help each and everyone who comes here build better guitars. Also there was only two guitars this month that even had inlays, and his was one of them. Nothing personal because I think every guitar this month deserved to win, but Setch got my vote.

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Wow, tough choice. Can I vote for all of them?!!?

The Leviation needs to be on a guitar rack in my room. Very professional.

Godin's guitar has such amazing wood and finish. Beeautiful!! I voted for this one last month.

Setch's LP is just plain incredible. Senitmental value there, as it reminds me of a guitar I used to have. LP's are very near and dear to my heart, and this one looks as good or better than a Gibson.

The blue tele is so hot! The color, the finish, the top wood, the back wood. Wow!

I love headless, fretless, and spalted maple. The bass has it all.

Matt's blue is just so good. I like the body style, too.

This one is so tough! But in the end it was down to the bass or the blue tele for me, and I went with the blue tele. Every guitar here is a winner, and it's a beyotch that we can only choose one.

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:D Well done on all the guitars this month everyone.

I think matt's machine is the winner for me his month. Just a big more original than the rest of the entries. And its a bloody A-level project (don't know if people from america understand what are usually done for these!). Well done matt, keep up the good work (oh and post some sound clips, wanna hear those EMG's roar). B)

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I have to echo all the comments about the quality of this months entries - It's yet another bumper crop! I voted for Godin's guitar, I love the ambitious design; very nicely thought out and executed.

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Very tough choice! Man...

I guess if I had to pick one of those as my only guitar, I'd probably pick the Leviathan. But that Les Paul is simply too gentleman-like beautiful, I just had to vote it... Although I usually prefer new designs!

And I see that there are many others that think the same! Setch, good luck...

By the way, I have really seen many better looking Leviathans on your site, LGM... (I was drooling to be exact)

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Setch, I don't even like Les Pauls - I am almost always more drawn to the bright 80's paint jobs on superstrats, but that Les Paul really is one of the most beautiful instruments that I have ever seen. It seems very understated, not really standing out but the way it reflects and looks soooo smooth and clean really makes me love it.

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For me it's between XLR8's Tele and Setch's Les Paul.

I just love the way the top is shaped on the Tele,it's gorgeous colour and binding and of course the Bigsby :D . I've never been that into using a bigsby but they just look so COOL!!!!!!! I also think,as simple as it is,I really like the way the logo Decal on the headstock looks. It just adds that extra touch of class to it.

LOVELY guitar!!!!!!!!!!!!

And as for Setch's Les Paul. What can be said that hasn't been said already? Nothing really. It's a fantastic looking guitar and as good,if not better, than just about any Les Paul that's being made today! It's just so spot-on. The Guitar is just PURE CLASS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I think the thing that swings it for me,as someone else said, is the way Setch offers up so much information about his building process which is very helpful for myself and others who are learning all the time. I think his 'bolt-on neck' should win a prize on its own, and again he gave some excellent tips and information on the building of the neck.

So for his Les Paul and his great approach to guitar building my vote goes to Setch!

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