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    I have two McClungs. They rock.

    QUESTION: do they make, or will they make, a maple/blonde armrest to more-or-less match my Eastman 915 blonde? I could make one myself, but would rather save myself the time.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by meow-n-dolin View Post
    I have two McClungs. They rock.

    QUESTION: do they make, or will they make, a maple/blonde armrest to more-or-less match my Eastman 915 blonde? I could make one myself, but would rather save myself the time. ...
    Can't answer your question but if you email the address on the site, you'll probably get an answer that you know is right! (I've asked a couple questions and got an answer very quickly.)
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    WooHoo!
    The website is up and running at about 90%. A few more tweaks and such and I have about 20 armrests to process and post.
    Itís much different than the past site. Iím still learning and trying to be more proficient. But weíre moving forward!

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    You might want to look at these. I have one on each of Eastmans. They are pricey but, IMO the best arm rests I have ever used.

    https://banjolit.com/product/mandoli...riginal-maple/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chompa View Post
    You might want to look at these. I have one on each of Eastmans. They are pricey but, IMO the best arm rests I have ever used.

    https://banjolit.com/product/mandoli...riginal-maple/
    Thanks again, Chompa! I just received a nice maple armrest from Cumberland Acoustic, appears to be virtually identical except for the finish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug Edwards View Post
    WooHoo!
    The website is up and running at about 90%. A few more tweaks and such and I have about 20 armrests to process and post.
    It’s much different than the past site. I’m still learning and trying to be more proficient. But we’re moving forward!

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    Rocking along. My new automated sander, Jason, has saved my shoulders a bunch. Iíll be having shoulder replacement after the first of the year if I can last that long. So far we have about 50 armrests listed and 30 more in progress. The most I ever had at one time. David McClung had taken over the inlay side and minds the store when Iím out of the office. Thanks for the support!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug Edwards View Post
    Rocking along. My new automated sander, Jason, has saved my shoulders a bunch. I’ll be having shoulder replacement after the first of the year if I can last that long. So far we have about 50 armrests listed and 30 more in progress. The most I ever had at one time. David McClung had taken over the inlay side and minds the store when I’m out of the office. Thanks for the support!

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