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  1. Ooops sorry Chris! I didn't mean it in a bad way - I like the Washburns & your designs. It was just the stubby horns that did it!
  2. What's happening? Where's the BOWWAHDII?
  3. "what sith the hardness of the timbers I'm using." Oh no! - you've done it now! You're on your way to the Dark Side!
  4. I can beat ya with the church - I have one about 5 miles away from me that's a tad older - it dates from 670AD & has been in almost constant use since (all but about 10 years in the 19th century). It's obviously not as grand as Barcelona. My parents lived in the cottage at the right of the picture for about 2 years when they were 1st married. Any way hurry up & finish this thing - I love destroyers! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Escomb_Church
  5. wonders what we're getting this time....
  6. I know the feeling.... my workshop/woodstore is the attic of my house. In the winter it's barely above freezing & in the summer it hits 40'c with no ventilation - at least the humidity is fairly stable.... in the summer I try to use power tools only - any handtool use & I'm sweating buckets & get dehydrated quickly or if the weather is good (like lately - unusual for my part of the UK lol!) drag everything down & work outside but I need to get a good enough period of time to make this worthwhile.
  7. I have no words to say but I have some letters for you... O-M-G. G-O-T-M
  8. I'm sure that you're all fairly familiar with the works of Dr Glen Morangie too? I have had the pleasure of working alongside him on a number of occasions and his work is outstanding. I'll also have to introduce you all to Herr Schnapps one of these days - in fact I have him staying with me this evening. I may even be able to persuade him to pop on here and say a few words this evening - but be warned - he can sometimes be a little "high-brow" & difficult to understand (it's the accent, you know). Tonight = Tomorrow = Any way I digress - great work so far - I'm looking forward to seeing these finished.....
  9. Luis - it will be a sad day for all if you quit - you are one of a handful of builders I take inspiration from. Why don't you use oil or wax finishes? I think your guitars would look just as good with them. Or sub-contract them.
  10. coming along nicely Scott! Loving everything so far.
  11. Scott - just hurry up & finish the damned thing!
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