Tuesday, August 25, 2009 @5:58:06 PM
This one is a full length five string neck on a leopard wood block two piece flange rim set up as an openback by omitting the use of the plate. Also it has a vertical grain Dam bridge and a Fults 1934 tailpiece and a very heavy tone ring. While it is not traditional it has a great sound and is a joy to play. After building this one I really do not know why radius fingerboards and larger frets are not common.
Also it has stienberger tuners that will be changed out when I add a peghead overlay.
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