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    Default Music "Bandsaw" Box

    Have not posted many projects lately but this one was a bit unique. It's not a typical bandsaw box as the back layers were cut out with trim bits. Box is hickory, staves are walnut set in 3/4", clef is resin set in 1/4". The resin has some glitter in it that does not show so well in the pictures, and I probably should have used less color in the resin - a little goes a long ways! The staves and clef are the only part I used the CW for.


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    Very cool project.
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    Yes, indeed! Very cool project!

    Classy, functional and really attractive. Love it!
    Michael T
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    Sharp looking project.

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    Very unique in deed! Excellent job.

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    That turned out super cool!

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    Very Nice and a Job Well Done!

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    Unique project!!! Nicely done!!

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    Nice job, great idea and design. Combining different types of wood working means can bring forth some of the best projects. A person having only one of these tools could have quite the time producing this type of work.

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