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My second build is a strummer with 26" scale dulci frets. I picked up on the playfulness of the tin by baking a bone into a polymer clay bridge made to look like a scarf. Her shirt under the bridge is leather. Right now, she's tuned DAd with .011, .014, and .018p wire strings because those were the odd strings laying around. (I broke too many nylon strings and didn't want to open a new pack of steel strings until I figured out why... suspected those tuners were involved. When the toothpick frets wear out, odds are that it will be remodeled into a fretless slide.

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Comment by c# merle on October 1, 2010 at 3:57am
beautiful work nancy. dont worry about the frets - you'll be amazed how well they last

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