Big Dog Reso

Dog bowl 3 string reso guitar, Elmar Original Flatpup Pickup,10" dog bowl, body is made from late 1800's door molding, face and back are 1/4" oak veneer, oak neck/heel/fretboard, walnut headstock wings, walnut bridge, skeleton key saddle, old drawer pull tailpiece, green Gibson Deluxe tuners, onyx nut, antique upostery tack fret dots, 25 1/2" fretted scale, tuned GDG.

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Comment by Maddog on Sunday

Thanks Dave! Johnny "Winter" has his grips on us here at the moment, bitter cold day after day and week after week is getting tiresome. Maybe some relief next week as we are supposed to get above freezing anyway........barely :-/

Comment by Maddog on Sunday

Thanks Wes!

Comment by Maddog on Sunday

Thanks AGP! Old oak handrail for the neck, that old school oak has some pretty grain that the new cut just don't have :-)

Comment by Dave Lynas on Sunday

A big boy Maddog. Johny Winter model.

Comment by wes carl on Saturday

Looking good 

Comment by AGP # on Saturday

Some lovely timbers in this build Maddog  :-)

Comment by Maddog on Saturday

Thanks Lonman!

Comment by Maddog on Saturday

Thanks UJ! Got a ton of these antique pulls laying around the shop (with the antique business we get a slug of them) so I thought what the hell :-)

Really pleased with the sound, big and earthy.

Comment by Lonman on Saturday

well done, sweet and simple

Comment by Uncle John on Saturday

Wow.   Good name foot.   Nice tail piece.  I don't recall you using those .  Sure fits well here.  How does it sound?

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