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racerx

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These all look great - that Ray is dripping with more sex than Barry White getting out of a pool.
 

jlf599

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Thanx Kev. EBMM sure is big time into the block inlays lately.

Glenn |B)

Yeah. I used to be primarily a Les Paul player so it's ironic that I just don't love them on the EBMMs.

That pink burst Sabre, though. My my.
 

jayjayjay

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That Axis is quite the looker, although I can't say that I agree with the decision to not sculpt the neck joint. That's one of the selling points for MM instruments for me. Looks like an ouch.... putting aesthetics over function...
 

Lucien2

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The Sabre. Goodness Gracious. I guess I'm saving up for a Pink Champagne Valentine, but that Sabre....
 

Bartman1

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That Sabre —I like it
 

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jayjayjay

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Can't do a translucent finish matching headstock on roasted maple, unless they were going to veneer it.
OK, I'm going to show my ignorance on woodworking and finishing techniques here, but... don't they finish the neck after roasting? Why couldn't they match the headstock then? Or is it that the wood would be too dark compared with the maple cap?
 
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