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Post by Westbone on Wed May 15, 2013 1:37 pm

Have a butchers at the colour change on this Paduak I.
It is known to turn a darker colour over time when exposed.

And yet another different bridge Barry. Two of my Paduak's have this bridge.




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Re: Paddywack wood

Post by Barry on Wed May 15, 2013 2:27 pm

Wow, what a fade!
And what a gyp if you bought it new thinking it would remain that beautiful red. Turned all poo colour on ya.

Bridge looks the same as my favourite, but at least ya got decent saddles there!

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Post by Westbone on Wed May 15, 2013 3:55 pm

No not the same as your favorite Barry.
This is through body but different to a Thunder type. Note no screws on outer corners.
Here's the same bridge on a very early Thunder I


Here's your normal type Thunder bridge.


Here's a barrel type but string anchor not at the rear of the bridge. This one works very well, also it's 'F' spaced



Make a nice breadboard... Laughing



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Post by Westbone on Fri May 17, 2013 4:16 am

Stick this in your info bit Barry.
2 different bridges on Paduak I's.
These are all 1st. version , with trus rod adjustment at body end of neck.

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Post by Barry on Fri May 17, 2013 10:00 pm

Interesting Damian, but kinda strange.

I would think that the top edge of the plate would not be making consistently optimum contact with the body, even under string tension. I think I'd prefer to see a couple more screws in there, eh.

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Post by Barry on Fri May 17, 2013 10:40 pm

Westbone wrote:Stick this in your info bit Barry.
2 different bridges on Paduak I's.
These are all 1st. version , with trus rod adjustment at body end of neck.
Your whim is my command. clown
Done.

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Post by The Chad on Sat May 18, 2013 9:28 am

"Paddywack wood", eh?

So this frog walks into a bank looking for a loan.

"Hello Mr. Frog, my name is Patty Black, the loan officer. I may be able to help you with a loan. What do you have for collateral?"

"Just this figurine, but it's highly collectable", said the frog.

Patty Black was doubtful but took the figurine to her manager, asking: "This frog needs a loan, but only has this figurine as collateral!"

The bank manager looked carefully at the figurine and replied to Patty, "That's a knick-knack, Patty Black, give the frog a loan".

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Re: Paddywack wood

Post by Westbone on Sat May 18, 2013 10:17 am

Laughing
Here's one, not exactly pc but who cares. It's a joke!

Black fella walks onto a building site looking for a job.

The foreman introduces him to his workmates.

Here's Mick, he's from N. Ireland.
Here's Mac he's from Scotland.
Here's Paddy he's from Eire
Here's Wack he's a scouser

The day goes on but mid afternoon there's an almighty row going on.

The foreman looks out and see's Mick, Mac, Paddy and Wack beating the crap out of this black guy.

He screams out "Mick, Mac, Paddy, Wack leave that wog alone"... clown


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Post by Sgt. Vimes on Sat May 18, 2013 10:40 am

Surprised! Roll on Floor Laff Yay!

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