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"Nitrate is famous for being volatile, but acetate is only a bit better. It still bur…"

Paul Hostetter replied Jun 25, 2009 to celluloid acetate vs celluloid nitrate

7 Jun 25, 2009
Reply by Paul Hostetter

"Neither nitrate nor acetate is very easy to get anymore, thanks to recent transporta…"

Paul Hostetter replied Jun 24, 2009 to celluloid acetate vs celluloid nitrate

7 Jun 25, 2009
Reply by Paul Hostetter

"I've revived quite a few of these D-12-20s, and they are completely worth the effort…"

Paul Hostetter replied May 26, 2009 to Restore my dad's D12-20 or?

5 May 26, 2009
Reply by Paul Hostetter

"I can't see any relevance of saddle materials in resophonic guitars to bridge materi…"

Paul Hostetter replied May 21, 2009 to Bridges.

22 Jun 1, 2009
Reply by Steve Frost

"A bone saddle in a bridge of either rosewood or ebony. There are so many things that…"

Paul Hostetter replied May 21, 2009 to Bridges.

22 Jun 1, 2009
Reply by Steve Frost

"It's not the same thing at all. We're talking about guitar bridges here, and the lit…"

Paul Hostetter replied May 20, 2009 to Ramping string slots

11 Oct 23, 2011
Reply by Jim Hester

"I think Frank alludes to it on his page, but the disadvantage of cutting the ramp ri…"

Paul Hostetter replied May 19, 2009 to Ramping string slots

11 Oct 23, 2011
Reply by Jim Hester

"Tusq is plastic!"

Paul Hostetter replied May 15, 2009 to Bone or Tusq ??

7 May 16, 2009
Reply by onemanband

"Hmm, those are pretty tiny images. First of all, I agree with Cliff and will go him…"

Paul Hostetter replied May 15, 2009 to SAND OR NO SAND I PULLED A BRIDGE AND THE BOTTOM OF

5 May 18, 2009
Reply by Nick Anthony

"Post some photos, it's important to know how much spruce got pulled from the top."

Paul Hostetter replied May 15, 2009 to SAND OR NO SAND I PULLED A BRIDGE AND THE BOTTOM OF

5 May 18, 2009
Reply by Nick Anthony

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