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    Absolutely beautiful LG. Time well spent on that one!

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    A older post but I added this post to my timeline today... you can never get enough LG.... Treat yourself and watch some of the Artist music videos made using LG Gear... impressive...

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    Just wondering, are your violins (and I think I remember a mandolin) hollow or solid? It is beautiful as your work always is.
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    Hi Clint, hollow...
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    She just sent me this:

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    Beautiful beautiful work, LG. A friend of mine made his own mandolin years ago and did a great job, but can't wait to show him. I am a 5 string banjo guy myself, but no where near the challenge to build as those you do. Thank you for sharing...
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    LG,

    Do you still make this series on the CW? What other CNC's do you have?

    AL a LG Fan
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    Hi Al I sure do! all the Liquid violin parts are still made on the CW. I have got pretty good at using the large format machines and software for other jobs. But I pick and choose.

    I always been a fan you your work and help has been so important over the years.

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    Just curious.... how many total man hours does it take to make a violin... painting and all? How about man hours on one of your guitars?
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    I can't say as it's my job but I can say it's overall fast at this point. I make the parts in batches neck body fingerboard and then assemble when needed.

    this lets me select the wood for the color and string choice. I like to make parts for 5 to 10 spread over a few days.
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