Wood veneer jazz bass control plates

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  1. chuck norriss

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    Zebra, birdseye, olive ash. Hand crafted in USA by me.
    Chrome control plates + fused wood.
    $20 each, shipped to 48 States. Dropping the price to $15 each or trade for whatever make an offer.

    I have more on the way--carpathian elm & ash with nice flamed stripes.
    I also have pickguards on the way. Likewise I can customize any pickguard, control panel, amp faceplate, whatever--anything flat.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/79731444@N00/8212274980
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    These are very cool, If I did Fender types, I'd use these. Nice looking pieces
     
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    Do you have anything in Walnut or black walnut? Pickguard and control plate.
     
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    Yes--walnut burl. Is that cool? I can always order walnut or bk walnut.
    Which jazz? Or, how many holes? I'll match the pattern.
     
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    For clarity, on custom orders, I can add veneer to any existing parts you send to me. I epoxy the veneer on, coat it with shellac, buff it out, then send back to you with payment.

    And ill just keep making parts & put them up for sale.

    I take trades & paypal.
     
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    Posting so I don't forget later.
     
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    Hey brother. Have a project on the way. Don you do custom pickguards
     
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    Those things are nice! I'm trying to think of a wood color that would go with Shoreline Gold...........
     
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    Great idea and really nice work.
    Next time I have a project I'll definitely look you up!
     
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    A dark wood would go nicely--similar to black. I also have a blond Birdseye maple on the way. Will show pics when it arrives. It's lighter than the shoreline (I had a shoreline P). Any wood will go good with that earth tone even a metallic earth tone.
     
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    Thanks! Coolio.
     

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