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The DJW Mohoua and a fresh Radian JM - sounding dangerously like the best yet. Form an orderly queue here

The DJW Mohoua and a fresh Radian JM - sounding dangerously like the best yet. Form an orderly queue here

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The one and only Radian SS-7 from way back in 2010.

Sapele body, maple neck. Open pore black-burst finish on the body and satin lacquer on the neck. DiMarzio D Activator 7 pickup (IIRC). I still have a few of these bodies left if you’re interested in getting one of these for yourself in the six-string format. Seven-string can still be done, but it takes a bit more fussing.

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60s Rosewood Stratocaster, Fender Custom Shop, 2009 (first image - double string tree & logo combination - Jimi Hendrix / John Mayer Rosie specs

60s Rosewood Stratocaster, Fender Custom Shop Masterbuilt. 

This beast makes me wonder why no-one has ever asked me to build an all-rosewood guitar before. Only one person has asked for an all rosewood neck! I have the rosewood just sitting there, waiting…

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Ever wonder what happens to the offcuts of exotic tropical hardwoods left over from guitar making? At Ash Customworks, I make the useful bits into other things like these hand crafted target slingshots. Black alder from a Radian P-Bass, Sapele from a Diablo II, Rosewood and Purpleheart from many fretboard ends… 


In 2004, Bruce Spring­steen wrote a let­ter to Los Angeles Times staff writer Randy Lewis about why he did not wish to be in­ter­viewed about the 50th an­niversary of the Fend­er Stra­tocaster gui­tar. [x]

LIKE A BOSS!

In 2004, Bruce Spring­steen wrote a let­ter to Los Angeles Times staff writer Randy Lewis about why he did not wish to be in­ter­viewed about the 50th an­niversary of the Fend­er Stra­tocaster gui­tar. [x]

LIKE A BOSS!

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A non-shiny new Cabronita has taken up residence in the city of Hamilton today.

A non-shiny new Cabronita has taken up residence in the city of Hamilton today.

Bing Wrights: Broken Mirror / Evening Sky , 2012

James Harris Gallery is pleased to present Broken Mirror/Evening Sky, a new series of striking landscape photographs by New York based artist Bing Wright. Departing from his usual pared down images in grey palettes, Wright offers us moving skyscape photographs of richly colored sunsets reflected onto broken mirrors. This new body of work marks his first return to color photography in almost a decade.

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Mechanical blinds

Wheeee!!

4gifs:

Mechanical blinds

Wheeee!!

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