Do different neck woods make a difference? I think they do. This photo depicts nine different wood types I use. In no particular order, from left to right: 1) Koa; 2) Hickory; 3) Walnut; 4) Mahogany; 5) Dogwood; 6) Cherry; 7) Rosewood; 8) Maple; 9) Lacewood. Not shown, 10) Birch.
Friday, November 23, 2007 @3:41:54 PM
Fantastic picture Dick, thanks for posting this. Did you make these? The ornate carving is beautiful, JJ
Sunday, November 25, 2007 @6:30:51 PM
Did you make that maple neck.....pink???
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Wednesday, February 13, 2008 @9:10:05 PM
Anybody else notice this? All the necks are... LEFT HANDED! That or the photo is a reverse image. VERY beautiful work, by the way.
Friday, March 19, 2010 @11:17:54 AM
If the photo was a reverse image, wouldn't the numbers be backward?
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