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Old 11-23-2009, 08:37 PM   #1
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Here is the latest lichterbogen that I made fromthe Volker Arnold cd. I hope you like it.

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Nice work. Looks like quite a few layers.
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Very nice cutting Joe.
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Which CD? Volker is one of my favorites. His designs played a big part in my getting into this hobby.

You did a great job, what will you use for lighting.?
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Looks really good Joe! You did a heck of a nice job cutting it.
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Which CD? Volker is one of my favorites. His designs played a big part in my getting into this hobby.

You did a great job, what will you use for lighting.?
the cd is his 2008 -a patterns the lighting is a battery operated 10 string light.

I stacked cut three of these. I'm getting ready for my last show of the year.

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Really, really nice. You did a great job on this one. I know how much is involved.

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Very well done, I have the same. Volker is very good in these Lichterbogens
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Lots of patience cutting those I bet, nice work. Dave
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