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    Quote Originally Posted by Natara View Post
    I've contacted the seller on eBay and for an extra 15 so 65 for the short version he will make one without pitch slider, light and light switch cut out which seems very reasonable.
    15 more for less work?

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    How do the wooden ones affect the sound quality? In a good or bad way, or are they purely cosmetic?

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    Well it's not really they are cut out with a cnc computer cutter so it has to be reprogrammed not to cut out the slider etc and then back again to cut them out. So I think 15 is fair enough because it is actually more work and essentially a one off custom job.
    Quote Originally Posted by Hibster_2000 View Post
    15 more for less work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natara View Post
    Well it's not really they are cut out with a cnc computer cutter so it has to be reprogrammed not to cut out the slider etc and then back again to cut them out. So I think 15 is fair enough because it is actually more work and essentially a one off custom job.
    I think they are well priced and even 15 more to get what you want is good Nat.
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