(Un)Natural finishes on offsets

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Re: (Un)Natural finishes on offsets

Post by zhivago » Sun Dec 24, 2006 1:36 pm

mezcalhead wrote: One blonde, one black .. great pair.
my god...just thinking about it makes me all so excited!!!!! :)

since I'm completely broke (I'm still putting the money I earn aside for my flat), I have decided to spend the money I keep monthly for the odd night out, on the guitar...

it's not loads more, but it should help finish this all by easter....of course, it will guarantee I won't see a woman till the summer time (I work at home, you see), but I really want that guitar completed!!

I wish I didn't have the Tremolux repair...I could of spent that cash on some more parts...must be patient!

if anyone in the UK needs any graphic design work, let me know! :)
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Re: (Un)Natural finishes on offsets

Post by berlinbetty » Tue Dec 26, 2006 8:38 am

  Zhivago, even though you want to make your natural blonde, it's so pretty that it's convinced me to make my next Jazzmaster a natural! (Sorry mezcalhead ;))
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Re: (Un)Natural finishes on offsets

Post by NoFi » Tue Dec 26, 2006 10:44 am

Naturals really looks wild, the color is not connected to the sixties, or to a muscial genre, it's pretty much "unlabeled".

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Downside is, the instrument looks a bit like a piece of furniture lol.

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