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Saf-T-Planer vs luthier's friend vs ???
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Hey allI noticed stew mac has their drill press planer on sale, and I am sorely lacking on a power thicknesser for small parts, so Im trying to weigh my options. I would really like a dedicated unit…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew Apr 30.

Is (was?) this a Les Paul?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Dan Apr 26.

GluBoost Super glue tints
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Hey all. Im browsing LMII at the moment and just came across this line of cyanoacrylate glues, ca glues for finishes, and tints for said glues. Ive tried a few ways of adding dyes and colour pigments…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kerry Krishna Mar 18.

Reset Involving Non-adjustsble Truss Rod
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Hello again All. Been a while. Its nice to see that Frank is still here posting, among others of course.I currently have on my bench an old Harmony archtop with a non adjustable reinforcement in the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew Jan 27.


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At 2:20pm on May 28, 2013, Paul Verticchio said…

Sorry, I referenced the incorrect poster, but my friend request is still valid ;)

At 7:59am on February 10, 2014, Mike Kolb said…

Hi Andrew... I just sent a friend request so I can 'pester you further' about the cool guitar body:)  It looks like a one carved slab sitting atop a larger, flat (and different species) piece?  

In any event... it's a great look!  Talk with you soon... /// Mike Kolb

At 10:19pm on January 29, 2016, Russell Vance said…

Hi Andrew,

The acoustic guys use epoxy to grain fill back and sides and then sand and finish over it, I haven't used West Systems in this role but would expect it to work as good as any other epoxy.  I would think that some thickener may be needed as a grain filler as the normal consistency of WS is very fluid like.  


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