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"I second the Vaughn saws - their ryoba Bear Saw with rip and crosscut teeth is my ma…"

Matt Hayden replied May 20, 2009 to Japanese Pull Saws

18 Jun 20, 2009
Reply by Cliff Morris

"I don't know about the more expensive ones, but the mid-priced ones work just fine f…"

Matt Hayden replied May 20, 2009 to Japanese Pull Saws

18 Jun 20, 2009
Reply by Cliff Morris

"Good luck, Paul. Wow. Scary to think about that kind of a move in this economy."

Matt Hayden replied May 19, 2009 to guitar building tools must take all

7 May 23, 2009
Reply by Jerry Mercer

"I think that they're worthwhile. I've got a $50 one from Woodline/Japan Woodworker,…"

Matt Hayden replied May 19, 2009 to Japanese Pull Saws

18 Jun 20, 2009
Reply by Cliff Morris

"I imagine that you could easily get four-piece quartered backs out of it, as well as…"

Matt Hayden replied Mar 18, 2009 to So, a guy I know's got a rosewood log....

10 Mar 19, 2009
Reply by Andrew Black

"There's lots of acacia melanoxylon in the bay area. I floored my dining room with it…"

Matt Hayden replied Mar 18, 2009 to Eucalyptus, acaccia in Berkeley

11 Mar 24, 2009
Reply by Russell Vance

"It's not perfectly dead flat. But it's pretty good. On a guitar back I can get it re…"

Matt Hayden replied Jan 14, 2009 to Pore Filling

23 Jan 16, 2009
Reply by Penql

"I think the crosslinking is why I like it - it's a tougher finish. Yes, it's harder…"

Matt Hayden replied Jan 14, 2009 to Spraying versus french polishing

20 Jan 16, 2009
Reply by Bob Webster

"I've tried a bunch of different things, and I now use FFF pumice and fresh shellac.…"

Matt Hayden replied Jan 13, 2009 to Pore Filling

23 Jan 16, 2009
Reply by Penql

"FP with a drying oil like walnut oil (the way Gene Clark teaches) seems tougher than…"

Matt Hayden replied Jan 13, 2009 to Spraying versus french polishing

20 Jan 16, 2009
Reply by Bob Webster

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