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    Here is my most recent inlay design, hope you all approve.
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    I like it, long as you do that's what matters.
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    An attractive design.
    Take care that the inlay will not be covered by tuner bushings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcc56 View Post
    An attractive design.
    Take care that the inlay will not be covered by tuner bushings.
    Thanks, drawing accounts for waverly bushing size.
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    Just so Gibson approves

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    What material are you using, how are you cutting the material and how are you routing for the inlay?

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    Can you clue us in on the symbolism of this design?. I apologize if it’s obvious to others.
    To me it’s attractive, but I am no scholar in this area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunburst View Post
    What material are you using, how are you cutting the material and how are you routing for the inlay?
    Hey John! Thanks for asking, I am doing most of this inlay with MOP and some with square silver wire, cutting with a jewelers saw, routing with a 1/32 and a 1/16, downcut bit on a dremel.
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    OK thanks. Whew! Glad it's you and not me, that's a lot of small detail! Be sure to show us pics when it's done.

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    I was able to get a little more done on the inlay. Now its time to cut all those tiny little pieces.
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    Inlay is just about complete. Still need to fill a couple holes.
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    Jacob I really like the bees spreading pollen on your flowers and leaves. This one can be for your top of your line builds. Great design.
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    Very nice. I love the design. Great job.

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    Very nice, Jacob! That’s a lot of hard work and small pieces! It looks great!

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    Outstanding sir!!!

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