Well this is work...Cabinets with doors on the bottom and these shelves on top, a set on either side of a fireplace and then a mantle and top piece with legs to match, to surround a TV on top and the brick fireplace on bottom, which may get skinned with ceramic tiles, craftsman/mission style. Red mahogany stain.Nice work on the book shelf . I need to figure out a way to have less work & more hobbies
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That's terrible, hope she's ok.Nice work on the cabinet for sure I know a lot of work went into it very nice craftsmen ship . I bet it will look great after its stained . I'm just Burt out on work and need a week vacation in my little camper with my wife & my old klunker . I was actually going to go to Savanna for a week . I Was going to try to hook up with King fish & do some riding & sit seeing . Had to cancel two days before my wife broke her foot . Just our luck
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Thanks FS she doing a little better but going a little stir crazy . She tossed the crutches and got a new rideThat's terrible, hope she's ok.
Shame about Savannah too, I'll be there this time next week if everything works out.
I'll share some ideas and parts I use...Nope, i've seen a few Walking Stick fiddles before, but no CBGs until now!
Addictive things aren't they?
I like your guitarsI'll share some ideas and parts I use...
P bass split pickups can be divided to power two cbgs.
Tenor banjo bridges work fine with a good box.
Mandolin tuners work well for two 4 string cbgs.
hehe I've built a gas can tele. It's pretty awesome weighs a ton. It's a one song guitar, then you have to put it down.I can't reply to anything, I get a server error, for several months now. Anyway Carl, I like your guitars.
I like your guitars
I always wanted to make one out of an old military water can i have, a small metal dog bowl for a reflector. I have too many projects anyway so will never get around to it but it is something I have been thinking about for years.