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Guitar Strap, The Wall v2

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Testimonial: Greyhound Guitar Strap

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Note: These each came in a couple minutes apart."IT IS BEAUTIFUL""I can't thank you enough for all your hard work and keeping me updated. The dog hairs are a perfect touch too; he just wanted to contribute!"(Our dog Max contributed several hairs to the stitching on the guitar strap 😁)"I'm going to get a good picture and post a review today I hope. Thank you, again. He loves it!"

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Guitar Strap, Greyhound II

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The client was looking for a personal gift for their partner's upcoming birthday and really liked a Greyhound guitar strap I'd made years ago.  We adapted and updated that design using the silhouette from their resident Greyhound (who has the goofiest ears).  There wasn't enough notice to have the guitar strap to them in time for the birthday but I was able to send them some WIP pictures just in time.

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Guitar Strap, American Idol

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I'm making some guesses here that the client in this case was a young woman who'se a big fan of Laine Hardy.  I confess I had to google who that was but he's the latest winner of the American Idol show.  The client and some of her friends were going to be meeting Mr. Hardy later in the month and they wanted a gift to give him so they asked me to make a custom guitar strap. This was a bit tricky given my ignorance of Mr. Hardy or American Idol but at least there's a ton of photos I...

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Guitar Strap, Paul Gilbertish Carving

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This guitar strap is going to be a graduation present this summer.  The recipient is fan of the Paul Gilbert style of guitar straps so the client was hoping I could mimic that.  After trying some tap-offs and a dozen variations we settled on a free hand pattern repeated down the length of the strap.  It was kinda neat to be able to break out my cams and veiners again.  They're "classic" carving tools but I don't get to use them that often.

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