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Mr Natural

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Mr Natural last won the day on July 16 2019

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  1. its been a while Andy- sorry I missed the journey on this one- looks fantastic- and congrats on the win.
  2. the byo guitar and many others are knock offs of the languedoc. There was an interview somewhere on the internet a few years back where paul languedoc was asked what he thought about all the knock offs of his axe. I think they said in that interview they knew of 7 overseas companies making knock offs apparently there is enough demand for Phish and Grateful Dead "type" guitars (aka- languedoc, alembic, alembic/irwin and cripe guitars) that some companies have basically formed their business model around them. example- https://shop.phredinstruments.com/hollow-body-guitars
  3. the control holes are a give away. Though the original is hollow-bodied with tail bar http://www.languedocguitars.com/guitars/ $10000 for an original . POOF.
  4. it will probably be a bit- dealing with some more pressing life issues at the moment unfortunately.
  5. i say live dangerously and go in bare handed. ScottR- very well deserved win on GOTY. You have a very unique style and that is all your own- and makes it that much more special.
  6. very nice job on the axe Mike- that sounds like a very versatile tele!
  7. this turned out great Matt. I dont know why I had it in my head (without re-reading beginning of your thread)- but somehow I had it in my head this was an octave mando -hell if I know why. did you build one of those before(?) maybe I am getting other builds on youtube in my head mixed up. regardless- the volume appears to be LOUD on that puppy. NICE. nice work as always.
  8. love the fretting jig. great to see you back!
  9. this axe is seriously bad arse. Nice work so far and I love the whole design soup to nuts (even the points which I dont normally like sharp points)
  10. i am late to the party. Damn matt- that island is fantastic. well done (and the bot aint bad either)
  11. attached a piece of wood across the front- again with pocket holes/screws: i didnt take a pic from the back- but the tops of the sides are attached to the back with a single 2 1/2" screw and glue-I drilled thru the back -and somehow managed to keep it all straight and not blow out the dowel with the screw. so from here I primed/painted the unfinished portions of the legs from the crib- I stained some boards for the seat (minwax provincial I think is the color-its actually darker than what this pic shows)- I added some felt underneath the legs/feet- and I didnt want any p
  12. i used dowels and glue to attached these to the back frame- and onto the sides- whipped out the ol kreg mini jig thingy and made me some pocket holes attached the sides to the back part via said pocket holes and screws:
  13. I cant remember when I built this- a year or more ago I guess. Jenny Lind beds were everywhere in the whatever- late 50s/early 60s I guess. We had my wifes old one from when she was a kid up in our attic with a bunch of other crap we have been hanging onto for years. My wife showed me a pic of a bench made from one on instagram/pintrest and asked if I could build it. Of course my love/master/captain, of course. we start with the bed- I used spray paint & primer to both seal and fill in some of the wood. i forgot to remove the odd wooden oblong wheeled feet- so off
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