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  1. noice. I was thinking it would be an interesting challenge to 'uncover' those from the other side... and then what would she be doing back there? perhaps two crossed fingers? so many questions (hehe). Love the idea of not being able to see because obscured by hair too!
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  2. James was a big influence on my playing from an early age. Brutal jackhammer right hand, but strange way of holding the pick! (thumb, first two fingers)
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  3. That's awesome. I've seen the original live more times than I can remember. Funny, but when I see this it just makes my forearm hurt - because the only way you can make any Metallica sound right is by playing all downstrokes. Master!
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  4. Depends on whom "he" is. If it's Wally, he's not telling. He got a gleeful little smile ....not that you can see it under those mustaches, but his cheeks did lift a little. If "he" is me, well I'm not even going looking for them. They will completely hidden in those luxuriant oak blond tresses. SR
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  5. Exceptional! Very clean fretwork as well. I'd have to give it a spin.
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  6. Agreed 100% on the scraper. I usually end up taking a slight bit more off the treble side, making profiles asymmetric. I like a bit of chunk to my necks, but taking that little off the treble side makes it speedier transitioning otherwise I lock in position more....if that makes sense.
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  7. If I had the money or the means to do a veneer, I'd be all over it! But then, if I had the resources, I would've done the entire top out of quilted maple. Day Seven: More neck heel work - got the thing bolted in for the first time today. Ended up doing it by dabbing a little paint around each hole in the neck, then pressing hard into the heel of the body, and found myself with some impressions of the screw holes. Easy life. And, according to the centreline of the body, my mathematics were off by about half a millimeter! For the standards invoked by this buil
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