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Old 02-11-2013, 11:28 AM   #1
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Default My take on the Guitar

This is my second attempt.
The first attempt fell to pieces.
Didn't check blade was square.
Image from phone.
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If at first you don't succeed....Nice job this go around.
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Nice,

How large is it?

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Pretty cool.
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Nice,

How large is it?

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It is 2 inches wide as this just fits under the scroll saw.
I hope this helps.

I made this as a birthday present to a very special guitarist friend of mine for his 25th birthday. It is based on a drawing I found on this forum,
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Very nicely cut. Very original. Thanks for sharing this with us.


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I think you nailed it this time.
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way cool! i have a friend that would love this.
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That is great. If I tried this, it would still be broken after my 8th and 9th attempt. I just have never had good luck with fragile compound cuts like that. What is your secret?
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