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At 8:22pm on April 4, 2011, bairfoot cajun said…
thanks man,i am always inspired by your builds,maybe one day i can make some cool stuff like that is what is in your caliber of build ethics.you da man brother man.
At 9:50am on April 4, 2011, Keni Lee Burgess said…

Thank you Eric for your comment. Ya, tuning lower not only sounds cool, but definitely takes a lot of stress off of the CBG neck. This is a good approach when stringing and tuning older vintage guitars too that don't have truss rods. Enjoy your practice, Keni Lee 

At 1:35am on March 28, 2011, Henry Lowman said…
You're right! Fanned frets ARE comfortable to play. I've done 2 builds with them, the other one being a doubleneck submitted in a contest on the "other side", if you catch my meaning...LOL! HAPPY BIRTHDAY, by the way (belated though it may be)! I have been checking out your work for the last few minutes, and I am impressed with your luthery! NICE work!
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At 12:48am on November 28, 2010, jaakko ryynanen said…
Hi, Thanks for you kindly words!
At 11:56pm on September 3, 2010, bairfoot cajun said…
my cigar box elf is me.
At 10:12pm on September 3, 2010, bairfoot cajun said…
well that aluminum plate is just the connector plate in the pic for the cans, i will mount it to the box top,the coverplate is going to be made in a triangle shape from an old stovepipe and the triangle shape is taken from the design of the tri-cone resonators of the early dobro days.
At 1:41am on August 25, 2010, bairfoot cajun said…
hey godzilla,thanks for the comments on the padron copper resonator, yep i be are crazy but its kinda fun to make stuff most folks would not think of. the brown bottle slide is a corcidin bottle that i bought from e-bay and got it real cheap so i had to try it out. i just loaded a short sound check vid of the copper reso if you might like to hear how it sounds,i used that brown bottle slide on the vid.thanks again man for the comments.
At 1:48pm on August 24, 2010, Nathan King said…
Hey Godzilla,
Thanks for the good words on the XV. Looking at your pics, and wow man you got style! Love what you're doing, keep it up!
-Nate
At 8:10am on August 22, 2010, Randy S. Bretz said…
Hey Bro, drop your addy in my inbox and I`ll pack 2 up. I got to send Rodney`s out to the west coast too, so I`ll send both packages around Friday. 2 Las Cabrillas boxes for an ebony fret board [ hope it`s Not slotted] and some ebony chunks. Sounds like a fair trade...yep ..done deal! ....Thanks.....Randy
At 11:44pm on August 21, 2010, Jim Mitchell said…
Hey man thanks for the comment on the cover plate. You can see one on a resonator I built in Keni Lee Burgess's new video Terraplane blues on youtube. thank again - Jim
At 10:44pm on August 21, 2010, Randy S. Bretz said…
How many do you want one or two. For two I`ll take the ebony fretboard and some pieces.

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