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    A couple of simple segmented pens!

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    Pau Amarello/Jatoba
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    Pau Amarello & Pickguard!

    The angles are cut at 45, but I'm thinking 60 would look better, inasmuch as there would be more space between the arms of the segments!
    Mack C. in Brooklin ON
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    You might try 60 Mack but I'm thinking that the knot might look distorted at 60 Give it a try and see what happens
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    Simple It would take me a month to figure out how to do that. Great pens as usual Mack
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    Beautiful pens Mack. I like them.
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    Really nice looking pens as always Mack. Hope them blanks i sent ya look half as good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Bellinger View Post
    Really nice looking pens as always Mack. Hope them blanks i sent ya look half as good.
    Hi Stephen; Haven't seen them yet. Hope they get to MI soon. I'll Skype my daughter tomorrow and find out if they arrived.

    Thanks for the reminder!
    Mack C. in Brooklin ON
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    Wow those are nice...

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    Nothing easy about or simple about those Mack. I sure hope you make more!
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    the green and yellow are some new color combos there mack i can see some green bay fans stepping up for one of those
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    Great job once again, Mack.

    And to think some fine guitar sacrificed its own pickguard so you could make that pen. Sorta brings a tear to my jaded eye.
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