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MWoody
Posted 2005-12-28 10:48 PM (#124530)
Subject: New Member in my Family



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Not sure whether to call it a Deaconized Limited or a Limited Deacon 12. Perhaps the 2006 Reissue of the Limited, Deacon ala Hamer Newport 12 Custom? How about Model 1254?
This a Limited body from Miles, an NOS Neck/bridge/tuners, New Phat Cats and wiring from Ovation/Hamer. Pure Tung Oil on the neck and body. Walnut veneer PG from the same lot as Moody's GFKAV and Dude's PD.



Will be changing the PG screws over to black and adding a different TRC soon.
If you can't buy em, build em!
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fugot
Posted 2005-12-28 11:09 PM (#124531 - in reply to #124530)
Subject: Re: New Member in my Family


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Location: boulder
well if it sounds as righteous as it looks, i'm really really envious, as compared to just being a little envious. really nice new member. congrats. mike
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Tony Calman
Posted 2005-12-28 11:11 PM (#124532 - in reply to #124530)
Subject: Re: New Member in my Family



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Location: SoCal
How about calling it the Bishop?
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Buckaroo
Posted 2005-12-28 11:24 PM (#124533 - in reply to #124530)
Subject: Re: New Member in my Family


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Location: North Texas
That is unique and neat. Good job!
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moody, p.i.
Posted 2005-12-28 11:41 PM (#124534 - in reply to #124530)
Subject: Re: New Member in my Family


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Woodrow, you got waaayyyy too much time on your hands. Doesn't Jamie have any chores for you to do?
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OldLiverJones
Posted 2005-12-29 1:19 AM (#124535 - in reply to #124530)
Subject: Re: New Member in my Family


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Location: Avondale, AZ
From the title of this thread I thought you had a baby.
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Capo Guy
Posted 2005-12-29 7:19 AM (#124536 - in reply to #124530)
Subject: Re: New Member in my Family



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Posts: 4394

Location: East Tennessee
Beautiful Guitar. :)
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Waskel
Posted 2005-12-29 7:23 AM (#124537 - in reply to #124530)
Subject: Re: New Member in my Family



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Very nice, Dr. Fronkenwoody. Very nice.
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Designzilla
Posted 2005-12-29 7:28 AM (#124538 - in reply to #124530)
Subject: Re: New Member in my Family


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Location: Orlando, FL
Very nicely done! Looks great.
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Jeff W.
Posted 2005-12-29 7:31 AM (#124539 - in reply to #124530)
Subject: Re: New Member in my Family


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dat's purrdy
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Weaser P
Posted 2005-12-29 7:41 AM (#124540 - in reply to #124530)
Subject: Re: New Member in my Family


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Location: Cicero, NY
Very nice work, Woody.
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MWoody
Posted 2005-12-30 6:55 PM (#124541 - in reply to #124530)
Subject: Re: New Member in my Family



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Location: Upper Left USA
Please pardon my ME-ME-ME time here but the combination of time off, lousy weather, a new digital camera, timely deliveries from ebay and all allowing me some quality garage time.

You should all be here!



Updating my gallery as well.
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cruster
Posted 2005-12-30 7:15 PM (#124542 - in reply to #124530)
Subject: Re: New Member in my Family


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Location: Midland, MI
I'd like to hear sound clips of that 12er, if you get the time.
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MWoody
Posted 2005-12-30 7:28 PM (#124543 - in reply to #124530)
Subject: Re: New Member in my Family



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Send me your phone number. I don't have no stink'in recording setup aside from a cassette player.

Which of the three chords do you want to hear?
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cruster
Posted 2005-12-30 7:50 PM (#124544 - in reply to #124530)
Subject: Re: New Member in my Family


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Location: Midland, MI
Hrmm. I like to play that J chord. You know, the Jazz one. :)

Hey! I have an unused, like-new-condition, Tascam PocketStudio5 sitting right here next to my comfy chair! It's been collecting dust since the GNX4 purchase made it, uh, superfluous. Or, maybe it was mellifluous. Whatever. Anyway, I could send it to you, and you could record some clips!

So, maybe *you* should get *me* your address. Wait! I have it around here somewhere. Unless you moved. Maybe we could start an OFC travelling digital recorder a la books, wooden roundback, etc. HA. Ha. ha.
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MWoody
Posted 2005-12-30 7:56 PM (#124545 - in reply to #124530)
Subject: Re: New Member in my Family



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I have been trying to avoid "Home Recording Studio" GAS.

But if you must...
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Designzilla
Posted 2005-12-30 8:12 PM (#124546 - in reply to #124530)
Subject: Re: New Member in my Family


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Posts: 2150

Location: Orlando, FL
Now THAT is a cool picture! Nice work, nice collection.
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innerman
Posted 2005-12-30 8:56 PM (#124547 - in reply to #124530)
Subject: Re: New Member in my Family


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Posts: 327

Location: Houston, TX
Adam, Eve, and the snake.
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Jeff W.
Posted 2005-12-30 9:14 PM (#124548 - in reply to #124530)
Subject: Re: New Member in my Family


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'member that episode of M.A.S.H. where Frank Burns is using a taught line to exactly align the condiments on the mess tables by height and popularity? That pic bought it to mind...
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