Old 05-22-2018   #162
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Old 06-25-2018   #163
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Seagull S6+ cutaway, cedar top, natural finish.

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Old 11-04-2018   #172
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Old 11-10-2018   #174
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My friend's custom Everett.

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Old 12-06-2018   #176
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Out to Lunch, on Flickr. Snapshot, Saigon. February 2010. In Vietnam,
the guitar used to be the preeminent instrument. You'd find guitar players
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Old 04-13-2019   #177
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Nikon FM2n, Nikkor-S.C Auto 55mm f/1.2, Ilford HP5+, developed in LegacyPro L110 at 1:31 for 5.5 minutes.


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I made this from parts out of Warmouth: https://www.warmoth.com/

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Knock-Off of Les Paul Jr. with parts from Warmouth. I 'built' this one about 20 years ago:


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Interesting top-loader bridge on the guitar, as befits a Campilongo model.
Has it got the holes thru body and ferrules for through body stringing as an option?

On the vintage Tele and Esquire models Leo Fender introduced the top-loader bridge in late 1958 to the middle of 1959 and it was not very popular, so he reverted the two models back to their original stringing method.
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Interesting top-loader bridge on the guitar, as befits a Campilongo model.
Has it got the holes thru body and ferrules for through body stringing as an option?

On the vintage Tele and Esquire models Leo Fender introduced the top-loader bridge in late 1958 to the middle of 1959 and it was not very popular, so he reverted the two models back to their original stringing method.

Yep, you can string it either way. I prefer the top-loader; springier and slinkier.

Jim's '59 toploader is a real thing of beauty, and this Hahn does it justice, without being a copy. And at $200.00US less than an American Vintage Tele (or whatever Fender is calling it this year.), it's an insane bargain. I love it.
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Certainly not as nice as one of David Newton's handmade guitars, but at least taken with one of his favorite lenses...

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Old 07-06-2019   #187
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Wow, do you know what happened to that Martin? It looks to be in rough shape...
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It's a road warrior that's seen lots of use over the years, but i don't know the specifics. It's been owned by the same professional for about 30 yrs and was well worn when he got it. It is in top playing shape & sounds terrific
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It's a road warrior that's seen lots of use over the years, but i don't know the specifics. It's been owned by the same professional for about 30 yrs and was well worn when he got it. It is in top playing shape & sounds terrific
Glad to hear (pun intended ) that it's in great playing shape. Perhaps the monochrome image makes what otherwise might be years of stains and wear look a bit like fire/smoke damage.
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Thanks for the nice words! Looks like the Taylor factory?
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Thanks for the nice words! Looks like the Taylor factory?
Indeed it is! I'm not a huge fan of Taylor Guitars per se, but the factory tour was very interesting. For a mass produced guitar, there's still quite a lot of hand-work involved. Anyway, here's the finished product and the next frame on the roll. A couple of grands, as in a few different body shapes and also how much a new Taylor guitar will set you back.

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well, ugh, i've been coming to RFF for a break from living , breathing & eating guitars for years now, but then i had to go and discover this thread.

my two primary, technical obsessions overlap when i start pointing ancient cameras at my customers as they pick up their guitars or try out instruments in my shop. i shoot in the available light, often wide-open. occasionally i'll shoot some semi-technical shots as i build instruments or head out to gigs with a long lens or two.


darcy picks up his new harvester custom.
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georgia picks up her L7.
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One of the joys of being a supporter of KEXP (http://kexp.org) and living in Seattle!!!!

KEXP VIP show at the Triple Door, Seattle, Lord Huron:




KEXP VIP show at the Triple Door, Seattle, Rodrigo y Gabriela




KEXP VIP show at the Triple Door, Seattle, ChameleonsVox




KEXP VIP show at the Triple Door, Seattle, Kevin Morby




KEXP ViP show at the Triple Door, Seattle, Augustines




KEXP VIP show at the Triple Door, Seattle, Blind Pilot

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well, ugh, i've been coming to RFF for a break from living , breathing & eating guitars for years now, but then i had to go and discover this thread.

my two primary, technical obsessions overlap when i start pointing ancient cameras at my customers as they pick up their guitars or try out instruments in my shop. i shoot in the available light, often wide-open. occasionally i'll shoot some semi-technical shots as i build instruments or head out to gigs with a long lens or two.


darcy picks up his new harvester custom.
nikon F with what looks like a 35mm 2.8









georgia picks up her L7.
rolleicord VB on some looong expired FP4




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Yeah, Blind Pilot, one of my favorite bands!
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Great Band pictures! Oh yes, guitars. Thanks guys.
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[quote=plummerl;2898202]One of the joys of being a supporter of KEXP (http://kexp.org) and living in Seattle!!!!]

ah yes, KEXP .. i listen to / watch a lot of KEXP live vids while i work.
in fact the customer holding her Gibson L7 in my photo above is from a local band Camp Cope who did a KEXP session last year ...


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I think these are awesome!

hey, thanks so much.
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bill frisell with a harvester xii.
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hey, thanks so much.
maybe some more ?

bill frisell with a harvester xii.

leica m5 with CV 35 2.5 and golfball-grain Delta 3200

Sweeeeet! Two things are awesome about this photo: Bill Frisell and a Leica M5. In that order.

p.s. After seeing this, I came home and put on some Guitar in the Space Age.
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