Thanks for your comment on my Second Gambler Lap Steel, Andy. The cards are lightly stuck to the neck with glue. I drew the frets on a piece of acrylic and screwed it down on top of the cards to hold them in place. Please take the idea and use it as your own if you want.
Hey Andy,hope you don't mind. I'm planning on pretty much copying you on the Punch Gran Puro you did w/the oval cut out. I have a couple of these boxes, and you did such a pretty job on that! Any helpful advice you can give will be appreciated.
Sorry Andy for not gettting back to you before now. My computer was in the shop, just got it out this afternoon. You really did a great job on the CBG, came together like a charm. Don't you always see something better you can do on it next time? I guess it is the learning process.
Hey Andy, on #12 on your photos, I really love this CBG. What are those small bottles of liquid, the big coil, and that big coin thing? It looks like there is some sort of gears inside of it, and what kind of guage is that? Very cool.
Thank you. It is one of the cool effects in my Pinnacle moviemaker software. While watching the video, I printed the screen, and pasted the image into Windows paint. Nice to hear from you. I hope all is well. I made my reservations for Provincetown, July 3 - 10 2010. Enjoy.