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    Quilted Maple...
    If its good enough for Eddie Van Halen, its good enough for me.

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    Very true...
    Two guitars I’ve built... rose wood bass and a quilted maple “wonder Strat”..dread to think what a solid lump of maple like that would cost today I paid £20 back in 2006

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kanders1 View Post
    Very true...
    .dread to think what a solid lump of maple like that would cost today

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    Nothing, it grows on trees

    Don't suppose you fancy knocking me up a set of Ardens, do you?
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    Martin, I’d love to ! But I think my resource manager may just chop the off some dangling parts...!

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    lol. Can't you work on them in secret, a bit like the tunnellers in 'The Great Escape'?
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    I could say they are new wardrobes...

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    Really nice job on those. Come to mention it I don’t think that I have ever heard a set of large Tannoys. I imagine they can be quite visceral when cranked up a bit. BTW I mean in a good way.
    ~Paul~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primalsea View Post
    I imagine they can be quite visceral when cranked up a bit. BTW I mean in a good way.
    There's more to it than that. The imaging and mid transparency are quite something.

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    Nicest Cheviots I've ever seen, the baffles are just gorgeous , great job on the refoams too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cooky View Post
    Nicest Cheviots I've ever seen, the baffles are just gorgeous , great job on the reforms too!
    Thanks Frank... means a lot ��
    Karl

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