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Discussion in 'Hardware, Setup & Repair [BG]' started by VS, Jun 9, 2002.
Can anyone refer me to a good company/person for custom inlay work? Thanks,Luke
That depends on what you want to spend. Custom inlay is extremely expensive. One of the best inlay artists I know is Larry Robinson. I don't know if he's currently taking on new work, but his web site is:
ed roman, though i really don't like the guy (not very personable, and has way too high an opinion of himself) has a really good inlay artist working for him, and warrior also has some really good connections. JD is an _awesome_ guy to work with. i only recommended ed because he's a lot closer to you. check their websites for examples of the work you can expect. actually let me hook you up:
...and again, . Some of those inlays are...wow...soooo cool.
Sorry for drooling, but some of those are true works of art, IMO.