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    Your dog looks like a Luck Dragon! (80's kid here...)

    So glad you were able to get it back together without having to do anything more invasive, looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marty Jacobson View Post
    Your dog looks like a Luck Dragon! (80's kid here...)

    So glad you were able to get it back together without having to do anything more invasive, looks great!
    If we end up getting another, we can name it Falcor! LOL!!!

    Thanks so much for all your help, Marty! I've gotten it all out back together and playing wonderfully! Will post a video really as soon as I can.
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    Soliver #001 Flattop Pancake style

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    to lose sight of the shore, ...and also a boat with no holes in it. -anonymous

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    How can I get in touch to order an armrest?

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    Sorry for the delay getting this out there, but its all back together an back to normal!
    aka: Spencer
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    Soliver #001 Flattop Pancake style

    Soliver Hand Crafted Mandolin Armrests
    Check them out here

    "You can never cross the ocean unless you have the courage
    to lose sight of the shore, ...and also a boat with no holes in it. -anonymous

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    It's always great when a story has a happy ending

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    Glad it's back and sounding great!

    Love the playing, nice lilt!!
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    Good on ya! I am impressed with how you have accomplished this first build. I am sure there will be more.
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    Thanks guys, and yes Hank it shall not be the last.
    aka: Spencer
    Silverangel Econo A #429
    Jacobson Nautilus Oval Hole Prototype
    Soliver #001 Flattop Pancake style

    Soliver Hand Crafted Mandolin Armrests
    Check them out here

    "You can never cross the ocean unless you have the courage
    to lose sight of the shore, ...and also a boat with no holes in it. -anonymous

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