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    5 Guitar Stand

    Altho I guess it should be 4 Guitar's and a Banjo. It's made out of Redwood, I know, Why would you make something like this out of Redwood? Well I dismantled an old Hot Tub back in March and ended up with a lot of Clearheart Redwood. It had a plastic liner so the water never came in contact with the wood.

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    We must be kindred spirits Dan.

    I built something similar a while ago... And it houses one similar looking acoustic and a banjo!

    Yours looks much better. I really like the way the redwood turned out.

    Here's my little music workstation area....
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    Looks great Brent, I used to have a Mandolin also, but our teen dept at Church started a band so I donated it. They get a lot more use out of it than I ever did, my big old fingers never did fit that little fingerboard!
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    Great-looking stand, Dan.

    More info please on that 12-string electric...did you make that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Mooney View Post
    Looks great Brent, I used to have a Mandolin also, but our teen dept at Church started a band so I donated it. They get a lot more use out of it than I ever did, my big old fingers never did fit that little fingerboard!
    My fat fingers don't work so good on the mandolin, but I don't let that stop me...

    It's just a grizz kit mando I put together anyway...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    Great-looking stand, Dan.

    More info please on that 12-string electric...did you make that?
    I built it about a year ago, I posted it Here It was a interesting build. I also built the 6 string electric (The Striped one) about 30 years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Mooney View Post
    I built it about a year ago, I posted it Here It was a interesting build. I also built the 6 string electric (The Striped one) about 30 years ago.
    Dang, I even posted in that thread. They say the first two things to deteriorate with age are memory and something else that I can't remember. It's a beautiful axe. So's the striped one.
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    Nice build Dan

    My wife bought me a banjo several years ago but I haven't attempted to learn how to play it yet. I'm thinking about trading it in for a guitar. I used to play when I was much younger.
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    Very nice stand Dan. Boy i envy you musically enclined people. When i see you guys and your collection of instruments.

    Dan sorry i missed that thread. Very nice guitar. Right up my creek as far as taste is concerned.



    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    Dang, I even posted in that thread. They say the first two things to deteriorate with age are memory and something else that I can't remember. It's a beautiful axe. So's the striped one.
    Well Vaughn you made me a very happy guy today. I aint laughing but i sure made me feel better knowing it aint happening to only me. Lately its been driving me bonkers.
    cheers

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    If you have the Redwood, why not? Looks fine.
    It wasn't until the final pic that I understood what was happening.
    Ya know...just a couple minor changes and that could be converted to a rifle rack.
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