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    Rosewood pot call

    this stuff is very hard to carve but it worked out for me.
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    Very fine. Should fetch top dollar.
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    Thanks Frank, With a crystal sound board and maybe a copper top $125.00
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    Very nice has a bit of a celtic torque look to it. Good job on the rope carving, it has a nice balance between stylistic and realistic.

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    Thanks Ryan , i like the slanted demon shape rope.

    I have a very old gun stock cross cut 2 edge tool I'm figuring where I can use it on the calls,
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    What are you using for a finish Dave? That looks really nice too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Daugherty View Post
    What are you using for a finish Dave? That looks really nice too.
    John I'll probably just apply hot wax. The wood is very oily for anything else.
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    Thanks Dave, that's why I asked.

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    Nice! I really like the carving you are doing on these, Dave.

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