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04-02-2007 10:20 AM
Metallion
Re: What are vine inlays made of?

Anyone who knows if such fluorescent paper is for purchase anywhere in US or Europe?
04-01-2007 02:18 PM
Texter
Re: What are vine inlays made of?

Why o why didn't I look at the date before reading this thread...
04-01-2007 10:56 AM
TongueShredder
Re: What are vine inlays made of?

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Holy crap! Another 5 year old thread rises from the grave!
Night of the Living Thread
04-01-2007 08:11 AM
Brosa
Re: What are vine inlays made of?

Yeah, we have a necromancer
04-01-2007 07:18 AM
Andelusion
Re: What are vine inlays made of?

5 year old thread guys XD
04-01-2007 07:07 AM
Brosa
Re: What are vine inlays made of?

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LMAO!
+1

God.. laughing that hard really hurts...
03-31-2007 11:03 PM
Dee
Re: What are vine inlays made of?

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Heck, Glen was just a little kid when this thread was posted
LMAO!
03-31-2007 10:58 PM
JJEMMER777
Re: What are vine inlays made of?

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Holy crap! Another 5 year old thread rises from the grave!


Lol.....

Where the hell do they find these things???? Heck, Glen was just a little kid when this thread was posted

FP & BFP
03-31-2007 10:33 PM
Dee
Re: What are vine inlays made of?

Same as 777 pyramid inlays. Good old paper under plastic.
03-31-2007 10:31 PM
jaxadam
Re: What are vine inlays made of?

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Holy crap! Another 5 year old thread rises from the grave!

Yeah, paper under plastic on the 77FP. Looks damn nice though.
Really? I had no clue... I've gonna have to go pull mine out and take a look at it...
03-31-2007 10:25 PM
Dee
Re: What are vine inlays made of?

Holy crap! Another 5 year old thread rises from the grave!

Yeah, paper under plastic on the 77FP. Looks damn nice though.
03-31-2007 10:21 PM
Metallion
Re: What are vine inlays made of?

So it IS paper under the plastic leaf inlay on a 77FP neck?

Not paint or anything else?

Where do they sell it?


How is the Red stem done?
07-31-2002 01:30 PM
Knightmeir I think that Ed Roman tool who's making tons of money off of something he seems to despise so much is opening up a store here in Sunny Las Vegas. I hope he dies.
On a happier note... check out the work on the LGM site (lgm-guitars.com). I'm impressed with the chrome vine inlay on the 7DBK... I'm thinking about sending mine off for the same. I don't see anything wrong with plastic, but I was a little dissapointed with the [EDITED OFFENSIVE SLUR] paper inlays under the plastic...

edited by jemsite - watch your posts please
07-24-2002 07:27 PM
littlegreenman Inlays can be whatever you want them to be basically.

I do the vines with plastics (synthetic shell or colors) metals, real shell etc. The difference in the cost of the material isn't much, maybe $40 from low to high, but, the cost of labor, increases dramatically when using real shell, or metals.

What the inlay is made of, is almost irrelavant, the reason they are called inlays, it they are "inlayed" into the material.

Ed Roman can blow himself, he hasn't got a clue! LOL
07-24-2002 02:42 PM
johank As long as it looks good, it's fine with me!
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