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Jonmark Stone
Posted 2019-03-05 4:37 PM (#547222 - in reply to #547208)
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No hurry, Dan. Too cold to ship up here for a while.
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Jonmark Stone
Posted 2019-03-07 6:35 PM (#547249 - in reply to #547222)
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We'll get squared up... then might have to get Paul to break it in until the Midwest gets tolerable again.
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DanSavage
Posted 2019-03-07 6:55 PM (#547250 - in reply to #547249)
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Jonmark Stone - 2019-03-07 4:35 PM

We'll get squared up... then might have to get Paul to break it in until the Midwest gets tolerable again.


The top is glued onto your guitar now, too. Next job is to start preparing both guitars for binding/purfling.

Funny you should mention that because I was also going to suggest that Paul might like to have it come over for a sleep-over.
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DanSavage
Posted 2019-03-07 6:58 PM (#547251 - in reply to #546714)
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As an aside, I thought folks might like to see the RC model airplane kits I used to sell.

I recently re-activated my old site for historical/archival purposes, so they are available online once again.

See: Savage Light Industries - Radio Control Model Airplanes

Enjoy!

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Jonmark Stone
Posted 2019-03-07 7:14 PM (#547252 - in reply to #547251)
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Very cool kits.
My uncle flew F-4's.
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Love O Fair
Posted 2019-03-07 11:49 PM (#547258 - in reply to #546714)
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I really dig that F-106. Nice job, and belated congratulations on your contest podium finish with it! Back in the day I remember them as big window rattlers on take-off, and always a front runner in the William Tell competitions.
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DarenSavage
Posted 2019-03-08 12:18 AM (#547259 - in reply to #546714)
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Nice to see the ol' Flanker again. I wish it was still around. At least I still have my F-4.

Savage Light F-$ Phantom II



Edited by DarenSavage 2019-03-08 12:20 AM
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moody, p.i.
Posted 2019-03-08 12:29 AM (#547260 - in reply to #547249)
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Jonmark Stone - 2019-03-07 4:35 PM

We'll get squared up... then might have to get Paul to break it in until the Midwest gets tolerable again.


I stand ready to serve if called upon......
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DanSavage
Posted 2019-03-08 10:10 AM (#547266 - in reply to #547252)
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Jonmark Stone - 2019-03-07 5:14 PM

Very cool kits.
My uncle flew F-4's.


Thanks. The F-4 is a very popular design, both in the full-size and in model form.
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DanSavage
Posted 2019-03-08 10:11 AM (#547267 - in reply to #547258)
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Love O Fair - 2019-03-07 9:49 PM

I really dig that F-106. Nice job, and belated congratulations on your contest podium finish with it! Back in the day I remember them as big window rattlers on take-off, and always a front runner in the William Tell competitions.


Thanks. It was a very cool model.
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DanSavage
Posted 2019-03-08 10:13 AM (#547268 - in reply to #547259)
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DarenSavage - 2019-03-07 10:18 PM

Nice to see the ol' Flanker again. I wish it was still around. At least I still have my F-4.



I know what you mean. I miss my Platypus, too. Ditto for the F-106. In that way I'm glad I never built the F-111.
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DanSavage
Posted 2019-03-08 10:14 AM (#547269 - in reply to #547260)
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moody, p.i. - 2019-03-07 10:29 PM

I stand ready to serve if called upon......


I'll send up a flare when it's ready for you.
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moody, p.i.
Posted 2019-03-08 2:11 PM (#547272 - in reply to #546714)
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Lol! If it's meant to be, I'm up for it. Regardless, I'd like to see it before it goes back east. By the way Dan, my Legend is here next to my desk. Got Elixir 80/20 mediums on it. A cannon.......
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DanSavage
Posted 2019-03-13 12:29 AM (#547339 - in reply to #546714)
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I got the guitars routed and carved for the binding and purfling.

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Jonmark Stone
Posted 2019-03-13 5:50 PM (#547352 - in reply to #546714)
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Beautiful. Both.
Will I get a tin of Altoids with my shipment?
Kind of a Sweetwater vibe.
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moody, p.i.
Posted 2019-03-13 10:24 PM (#547356 - in reply to #546714)
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This is when it starts to get really exciting because now you can start visualizing what it will look like when completed. Dan's done 2 guitar for me and when they both got to this stage, my heart really started lusting for the end result......
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Patch
Posted 2019-03-14 9:04 AM (#547362 - in reply to #547356)
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moody, p.i. - 2019-03-13 11:24 PM This is when it starts to get really exciting because now you can start visualizing what it will look like when completed. Dan's done 2 guitar for me and when they both got to this stage, my heart really started lusting for the end result......

I know what you mean Moody. I felt the same way, and mine was a parlor to boot!

These are looking nice Dan! It's a shame we're 3000 miles apart from a parlor comparison session.

(Would that be cool or what?! )

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arumako
Posted 2019-03-14 11:35 AM (#547365 - in reply to #547339)
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DanSavage - 2019-03-12 2:29 PM

I got the guitars routed and carved for the binding and purfling.


Beautiful work as usual Dan! I noticed that your Englemann top has a lot of silking while Jonmark's Adirondack seems to have less to none. Is that a trick of the lighting in the photo or is that characteristic of the different types of spruce? Really interesting and educational. Can't wait to hear how they sound! As always... thanks for sharing!
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Love O Fair
Posted 2019-03-14 3:44 PM (#547372 - in reply to #546714)
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When Paul comes to pick up Jonmark's for its sleepover maybe you guys can sit down and record a cool duet dual duel for us. Is that doable?

PS: Patch, maybe you can do a triple play page on the calendar with yours in it, too.




Edited by Love O Fair 2019-03-14 3:50 PM
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DanSavage
Posted 2019-03-14 4:47 PM (#547373 - in reply to #547352)
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Jonmark Stone - 2019-03-13 3:50 PM

Beautiful. Both.
Will I get a tin of Altoids with my shipment?
Kind of a Sweetwater vibe.


Thanks, Jonmark.

Sure, I can include a tin of Altoids, if you like.
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DanSavage
Posted 2019-03-14 4:58 PM (#547374 - in reply to #547362)
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Patch - 2019-03-14 7:04 AM

I know what you mean Moody. I felt the same way, and mine was a parlor to boot!

These are looking nice Dan! It's a shame we're 3000 miles apart from a parlor comparison session.

(Would that be cool or what?! )



Thanks, Patch.

We could, but for my money, I'm leaning toward the steel string editions.
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DanSavage
Posted 2019-03-14 5:00 PM (#547375 - in reply to #547365)
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arumako - 2019-03-14 9:35 AM

Beautiful work as usual Dan! I noticed that your Englemann top has a lot of silking while Jonmark's Adirondack seems to have less to none. Is that a trick of the lighting in the photo or is that characteristic of the different types of spruce? Really interesting and educational. Can't wait to hear how they sound! As always... thanks for sharing!


Thanks, Ken.

No, you're correct. The Englemann has more silking than the Adirondack. That's one of the things I like about it. It also doesn't have a racing stripe, like the Sitka and Adi tops I've done before.

Me, too.

They both tap similarly. The Adi has a slightly lower pitch and the Englemann, a slightly higher pitch. But, they're both going to sound great.
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DanSavage
Posted 2019-03-14 5:01 PM (#547376 - in reply to #547372)
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Love O Fair - 2019-03-14 1:44 PM

When Paul comes to pick up Jonmark's for its sleepover maybe you guys can sit down and record a cool duet dual duel for us. Is that doable?



Dueling Parlors, for instance? LOL!
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DarenSavage
Posted 2019-03-15 12:20 AM (#547382 - in reply to #547268)
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DanSavage - 2019-03-08 10:13 AM

I know what you mean. I miss my Platypus, too. Ditto for the F-106. In that way I'm glad I never built the F-111.

Here's a nostalgia pic for you. Su-27P Flanker & Su-27IB Platypus on the tarmac.

Su-27 Flanker & Su-27IB Platepus on the tarmac.

Those parlors are looking very pretty. I'm sure they're going to sound as good as they look!



Edited by DarenSavage 2019-03-15 12:32 AM
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DetlefMichel
Posted 2019-03-15 6:30 AM (#547385 - in reply to #547362)
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Patch - 2019-03-14 4:04 PM

moody, p.i. - 2019-03-13 11:24 PM It's a shame we're 3000 miles apart from a parlor comparison session.

(Would that be cool or what?! )



ca.7000.............
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