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"Grain should go side to from one binding to the other, quartersawn grain would be pr…"

Dave Fox replied Nov 13, 2010 to Ebony nut

3 Nov 13, 2010
Reply by Dave Fox

"the mandolin pictured as my avatar has african blackwood tuner buttons. I made them…"

Dave Fox replied Sep 22, 2010 to Anyone here make their own wooden tuner buttons?

4 Sep 22, 2010
Reply by Dave Fox

"Some of their banjos had an aluminum spacer that has a radius to it, which will allo…"

Dave Fox replied Sep 12, 2010 to 60's kay Banjo

7 Sep 14, 2010
Reply by Johnny R Rowland

"I built my bench to be the full length of the shop, and has two different surfaces.…"

Dave Fox replied Jul 27, 2010 to Newbie here, wanted to say hi. Also, question about ideas for a work bench.

16 Jan 8, 2011
Reply by Mike Kolb

"I have the same thing, and I'm going to be dis-assembling the ram to have the end mi…"

Dave Fox replied Jul 27, 2010 to Using an Arbor Press for fretting

23 Aug 29, 2012
Reply by Dan Pennington

"If it doesn't go away when you tighten the truss rod, I'd first ignore the truss rod…"

Dave Fox replied Jan 9, 2010 to Mystery truss rod rattle under the 1st fret!

7 Mar 12, 2010
Reply by sugeng supriyadi

"I don't have any tuners on the computer, however, I do have an iTouch. I downloaded…"

Dave Fox replied Dec 25, 2009 to Best Download Tunner ?

12 Dec 28, 2009
Reply by Rob

"I wouldn't recommend it at all. I've used it, and had to redo everything I used it f…"

Dave Fox replied Dec 15, 2009 to Franklin,s Hide Glue OK?

12 Dec 25, 2009
Reply by Michael Shaw

"I would not hesitate to use the nicest straightest piece with no cracks of any sort…"

Dave Fox replied Aug 10, 2009 to Redwood Qustions

9 Aug 23, 2009
Reply by John Cartwright

"You are correct......none of them are totally waterproof. Then again, neither is hid…"

Dave Fox replied Aug 10, 2009 to Why should I be not using Titebond lll

16 Aug 15, 2009
Reply by Markus Schmid

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