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23" Scale; Open G; Poplar body and neck, red oak fretboard; maple top and cedar bottom

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Comment by Gary W aka Rev. Bluejeans on Monday

Thanks AGP - it's a little unusual in that it doesn't use classical tuners.  Also, it's got the standard dimensional lumber neck width of 1.5 inches (37-38 mm?)...    I'm sure yours will be inspiring as well - - and probably employ galvanized steel roofing as well!

Comment by AGP # on Sunday

"Sweeeeet Rev", looks Gr888888888, I still haven't got around to building a Traditional Style Strummer before, but this fine build might encourage me to do something about that!  :-D

Comment by Gary W aka Rev. Bluejeans on Sunday

Uncle John, Maddog & Tom E  - thanks!  She sounds pretty good to me!  This one took a while from start to finish, mainly because we moved over the course of building it.  Glad that I added to the overall depth of the body.

Comment by Tom E on Sunday

Great instrument! 

Comment by Maddog on Sunday

Beauty for sure Gary! Bet it sounds amazing!

Comment by Uncle John on Sunday

Oh, Gary.  That is breath taking.  Really a beauty and I bet it sounds good.

Comment by Gary W aka Rev. Bluejeans on Sunday

Thanks, Dave!  Strummersticks are pretty cool!

Comment by Dave Lynas on Sunday

Absolutely beautiful. Wood art Rev.

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