Thank you Dave for your comment. In the 1930s, when plastic was invented, Pearloid (aka mother of toilet seat) was an inexpensive and durable substitute for mother of pearl. Guitar builders went crazy. Sometimes to the extent, they covered the entire instrument. LOL Enjoy, Keni Lee
Hey Dave, yeah, a dremmel is a must. But on the f holes I just cut them out with a used scroll saw I bought on craigslist for 25.00. If you take your time you don't even need to sand them! I use masking tape on the top and trace on the f hole from a drawing I made, then cut out.
Ha! Must be the Norsk influence! Those Vikings always did like to pimp out their longboats! The tone is so nice and the sustain is incredible with no soundholes...I'm hard pressed to go cutting up the soundboard. I might pull an Uncle John and drill one in the top side to let her ring out a bit louder.
Thanks for the friendship! Good to have someone in the hood! Hey...might be a song in there,,,UJ, you catching this?!
How about that....I get to be the first to leave a comment on your wall! I had to check out your page after you told me about the blue goose.....very cool.
Surprised to see that you're a fellow Minnesotan! Not many of us CBGers around here. Other than a couple of other people by the cities, you're the first northern MN guy I've seen on CBN. I live in the middle of the state, in the Wadena area.