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jennyfell55

Made A Hose End/mouthpiece

I've had a chunk of curly maple sitting around and I finally scheduled some shop time so I could make a mouthtip/hose end out of some of it. Cut the block open and much to my surprise and joy it's spalted!! Spent some time on the lathe and this was the result. Forgive the picture... it really doesn't do the grain of the wood justice :-(

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A beautiful tip no-doubt. I'm a sucker for wood (haha.) especially on guitars, a fine specimen you got there!

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Very nice! How heavy is it?


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Thanks! Scale isn't shown well on the photo... it's less than an inch wide at it's widest point and 7" long. Weighs less than 1.5oz... 40g according to my kitchen scale :)

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Excellent. A really lovely piece. 

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Looks beautiful!

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I am not sure I like this stuff. Looks so common for me, though I should appreciate that it is a homemade

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I am not sure I like this stuff. Looks so common for me, though I should appreciate that it is a homemade

Wow! Common? I want to see the stuff you consider unusual or special... must be GORGEOUS!! :)

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