#5
Wow man very impressive.
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#6


That wenge/maple/paduak neck is the sickest I've ever seen. I have never seen a scarf joint look that cool.
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#8
Those are sick
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#10
Excellent work.
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#14
Nice work. That walnut burl reminds me of a '60's Rolls I owned once. The whole interior was packed with that stuff. The dealer once commented that replacing all that veneer would have cost more than I'd spent for the entire car.

I've always been very careful with those guitars I own that have a "tilted pointy" headstock. It's the second most broken headstock (after the Les Paul), and it always splits right between the farthest two tuners.

Having done literally hundreds of oil-finished gunstocks (walnut, again), I'm definitely not a fan of it on guitars, leastways if they're going to be used heavily. Closet queens, no problem. They LOOK gorgeous when done, but my experience with two oil-finished koa guitars has convinced me that it's not a finish that has any place on a regularly-used guitar.
#16
Nice work, great woods. Well done.

Unfortunately, I've sworn off oil-finished guitars, but I'd be interested in seeing some with standard gloss finishes.
#17
the neck joint looks amazing, love the headstocks too and some really nice tops, i think i'd go for the explorer first if it was like a dark cherry burst.

carvin is starting to even offer flamed maple fretboards that match the headstock/bodies, I'm not a maple fretboard guy but if it sounded like crap i'd hang it on a wall.
#18
Quote by dspellman
Nice work, great woods. Well done.

Unfortunately, I've sworn off oil-finished guitars, but I'd be interested in seeing some with standard gloss finishes.

Thanks.
Oil finishes are my only option right now. i spent 10 years with spray equipment and every clear on the market trying to find one that works in my climate. but no matter which one i use, no matter which grain filler or how long i let it cure, it always shrinks back into the grain after i buff it.
#19
Quote by Tallwood13
the neck joint looks amazing, love the headstocks too and some really nice tops, i think i'd go for the explorer first if it was like a dark cherry burst.

carvin is starting to even offer flamed maple fretboards that match the headstock/bodies, I'm not a maple fretboard guy but if it sounded like crap i'd hang it on a wall.

Well, there is absolutely no way a maple fretboard would make it sound bad or even make a difference that anybody could hear. Its all in mental.
#20
No inlays?

Lub me some explorers!
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