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Wall Rack/Frame for my Bass

Pretty quick and simple project. Got a sheet of plywood and glued a nice quilted maroon fabric to it. Threw a bit of pine for a nice frame and added a little whit edge to hide the plywood. Also burned my name into the bottom corner for a little something extra. Gotta work on wood burning skills and polyurethane finishing, looks pretty good from a ways back up close there's a few sketchy spots
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post #2 of 6 Old 09-09-2010, 12:37 AM
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That's a fine looking bass guitar frame. I like your use of fabric for the back drop. It looks very nice. The personal touch of the burned signature is a cool touch. Well done.
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Awesome stuff. I kinda like the idea of turning your guitar into a piece of art. Great job.
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Very nice. Turns your house into the Hard Rock Cafe.
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That's a fine looking bass guitar frame. I like your use of fabric for the back drop. It looks very nice. The personal touch of the burned signature is a cool touch. Well done.

Yeah, what ACP said !

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Hey, that's a cool way to store your guitar up and out of the way. It makes it look like a piece of artwork that's on display too. I like it.
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