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    Re: McClung Armrest

    Rocking along. My new automated sander, Jason, has saved my shoulders a bunch. Iíll be having shoulder replacement after the first of the year if I can last that long. So far we have about 50...
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    Re: Grover 309 Shortage?

    International Violin
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    Re: McClung Armrest

    WooHoo!
    The website is up and running at about 90%. A few more tweaks and such and I have about 20 armrests to process and post.
    Itís much different than the past site. Iím still learning and...
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    Re: McClung Armrest

    The website is slowly getting there. I have a local web developer working us in. I'm just not up to the challenge. We have lots of of product to upload when we get there. Thanks
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    Our website is still down but under construction. At least the home page shows something now. Now that I’m back in the shop we’ll see more progress to that end as well as new products underway.
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    Re: Hill Country Stringworks

    Hi guys, yes the website is down and Iím out of town until May 12th. Iíll be getting with a web developer to build a new website when I return. Heís checking into it and hopefully it can be up and...
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    Re: Pickguard or no pickgaurd?

    Just got a photo of Mark's pg installed. Inlay by David McClung.. View big
    What can I say...work of art! The inlay's not bad either.

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    Re: Double Stops Question

    I love double stops, especially down the fretboard. Using various chord shapes I noodled around to find the melody. The nice thing about fifths is the shapes works in any key
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    Re: Pickguard or no pickgaurd?

    Pickguard! Armrest too

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    Re: Mandolin armrests - Yes, No, Type?

    I guess I’m biased, but have used an armrest the past 20 years. I started out with a Siren which was flat and about 5/8” high. I liked the position it allowed for my hand. About 2005 or 2006 I had a...
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    Re: McClung Armrest

    Thanks again. We’re doing good and getting better all the time. Working back in the shop this past week. Knocked this one out the past few days.
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    Re: Santa brought a new tailpiece!

    Super nice tailpiece. Nice armrest too.
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    Re: McClung Armrest

    Sorry to hear you had it too. I was pretty mild by comparison. I still can't taste or smell and my oxygen saturation is also low. I guess recovering is better than not recovering. my neurologist...
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    Re: McClung Armrest

    Thank you all for the well wishes and support. In addition to the bursitis I came down with COVID last week. Some improvement but my oxygen saturation is still low. Hoping to see that clear up soon....
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    Re: McClung Armrest

    John, i switched to leather on the contact points several years ago. The cork became unreliable to some finishes.

    We haven't retired completely. Still plugging away in the shop, but at a reduced...
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    Re: Tone Gard - Comfortable ?

    BTW, how many bought direct from Tony?
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    Re: McClung Armrest

    Just had to share, these are so good looking, as well as functional

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    Re: McClung Armrest

    I sent Chris one a couple years ago. I donít know if he uses or not.

    Adam Steffy has a couple. I know he gave one to his father-in-law. Jesse Brock, Lester Emory, Nathan Livers, Nate Lee, Darren...
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    Re: McClung Armrest

    Thank you all! As I have said over and over, I have the best customers!

    We are still at this expensive & time consuming hobby/job. Someday I really will retire as my body is rebelling. ...
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    I use a light grip and loose wrist. My fingers brush the top of my pickguard aka finger rest. Some guys plant their finger(s) on the pickguard or top of the instrument. I applaud the guys guys that...
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    Re: Arm rest. Y or N?

    I've never had anyone say the armrest would not work with a case. I had a very tight fitting case, Superior fiberglass, no problem. It was too tight for the pickguard!

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  22. Re: Hill Country String Works - McClung armrests

    Iím confused most of the time as well. David McClung is a good friend of mind. Heís been working in the shop with me the past couple months. Heís mainly working the repairs and inlay work. Ron...
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    Easter surprise

    Made it to the paper. Our outside drive-in service. It was super except the awful photo of Me.
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    Re: Best Armrest

    you want the top screws bent at 90 degrees. Few pieces of hardware are 90 degrees and sometimes the holes drilled are off a bit. I use a couple pliers and plastic tubing to hold and bend them.
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    Re: Best Armrest

    Thanks for the support. I have the best customers. Iíve been at this about 15 years.
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