What's on your work bench?

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Re: What's on your work bench?

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Sell it and buy one with a nicer neck?
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Bg wrote:makes me want dot markers at the very least...
Has side dots, that glow in the dark - as well as the headstock logo

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ChAoZ wrote:Fiebings leather dye from eBay work well for me
That looks fkn supreme mate! wow.
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Jay wrote:Sell it and buy one with a nicer neck?
Sweet... wanna buy it?

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Basket Case wrote:
Jay wrote:Sell it and buy one with a nicer neck?
Sweet... wanna buy it?
$$?
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Slowy wrote:
Basket Case wrote:
Jay wrote:Sell it and buy one with a nicer neck?
Sweet... wanna buy it?
$$?
I'd like to get the $800 back that I paid for it about a year ago. If I did let it go it wouldn't be until I can get my hands on a JTV-69 which are apparently due in the country 'any week now'.

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dayl wrote:That looks fkn supreme mate! wow.
I've used their blue too, very vivid colours - I imagine the turquoise would be awesome too
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wow that's nice.
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ChAoZ wrote:
dayl wrote:That looks fkn supreme mate! wow.
I've used their blue too, very vivid colours - I imagine the turquoise would be awesome too
Love the blue colour. The bridge routing looks very intricate too.
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Waiting for this shit paint stripper to do something to the nitro on this MJT. Half an hour and zero penetration.
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Molly wrote:Waiting for this shit paint stripper to do something to the nitro on this MJT. Half an hour and zero penetration.
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Looks like you've blown a load all over it Brian, terrible cover story!

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jeremyb wrote:
Molly wrote:Waiting for this shit paint stripper to do something to the nitro on this MJT. Half an hour and zero penetration.
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Looks like you've blown a load all over it Brian, terrible cover story!
Yeah, me and ten other guys were playing Soggy Biscuit...

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Is it because there was zero penetration?

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More like
"whats on your porn bed"
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Re: What's on your work bench?

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Well, PAL Coating Remover is a shit product and a fucking waste of $15.

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