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  1. Hits with something beyond the balance. New makers don't be discouraged if your target is not the classical players. You can and will make instruments that will be used as music evolves. Quality is never out of style. If you have the talent and desire then don't let your deal go down. "It Takes a Lot to laugh it Takes a train to cry"
  2. Love to listen to listen to old tune recordings and the new stuff coming out. A band with there own sound, playing their own material, influenced from the past recordings. True artistry and musicianship. Played on great instruments. I've read from the website of Greg Boyd's House of Fine Instruments the fiddler Emily Franz plays an Evan Smith fiddle. https://gregboyd.com/product/evan-smith-amber-4-4-violin/
  3. Two thumbs up for Joe's balsam ground.
  4. Two pieces of air dried, quilted Bigleaf Maple harvested from the Olympic Peninsula, WA Quilting runs completely though both pieces, one can be resawn into ribstock. Harvested Feb 1, 2011, sg .57 Dimension in mm, L) 512 W) 245 T) 22 Price, $50.00 Shipping, USPS Priority Mail, US (Lower 48), $20.00 SOLD
  5. Buy all 6 for $200.00 Shipping, USPS Priority Mail, $40.00, (US Lower 48)
  6. Log R, harvested 2001, sg=.40, Dimension in mm, L) 395 W) 138 T) 23,4
  7. Log 31, harvested 2002, sg=.40, Dimension in mm, L) 395 W) 132 T) 24,8
  8. Log P, harvested 2001, sg=.40, Dimension in mm, L) 395 W) 123 T) 22,10
  9. Log 43, harvested 2014, sg=.40, Dimension in mm, L) 395 W) 132 T) 24,8
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