Ernest Gusella
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  • Cumberland, MD
  • United States
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Dave Lynas commented on Ernest Gusella's photo
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"Wow that’s inspiring Ernest!"
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"Stunning fretboard! Reminds me of Daniel Walter’s work. "
Jan 24
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"I am constantly fighting between building 3 or 4 stringers. I play the 6 string a bit and have made some CD's. I almost subscribe to Del Puckett's axiom of '6 strings is 3 strings too many!'. I kind of like the stripped down…"
Jan 24
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"The resonator is from either Gitty (an older Charles Atkinson model) or MGB guitars near Tampa. I think the resonator cover is from MGB. I believe in spreading the business around to help everybody out. The resonator cover probably helps reflect a…"
Jan 24
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Distressed Appalachian Black Lung Blues #1

"LOL. Kind of ironic, but I love that guitars title.. Kind of sad that so many of your guitar end up being wall hangers, but they are great wall hangers and appreciated."
Jan 24
Uncle John commented on Ernest Gusella's photo
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"Nice back ground colors. Quilts?"
Jan 24
Uncle John commented on Ernest Gusella's photo
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"The only 'mistake'   I see is that it would have made a great 4 stringer.  I like 4s the most."
Jan 24
Uncle John commented on Ernest Gusella's photo
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"Wow on that band saw work. Beautiful."
Jan 24
Uncle John commented on Ernest Gusella's photo
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"Ernest, that is a beauty and it looks like it will be a fine player.  What cone did you use?   I have built a few resonators, but have never used a cone cover.  It sure looks good here and you have me looking at my fave resonator…"
Jan 24
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Ernest Gusella replied to James Pobog's discussion Necks
"I have used a Harbor Freight hand held router with a 1/2" round over bit since day one several years and 65 guitars ago.. Takes a while to get a handle on it but works like a charm. You have to move in the right direction though i.e. from where…"
Jan 24
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Sunday AM Gospel~ When That Train Comes Along.

"Nice sounding dog bowl resonator there! Good song too! Strum und Twang!"
Jan 19

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