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My neighbor Mark gave me this garish

2023-02-19 02:35:04.496633+01 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

My neighbor Mark gave me this garish Disney Kids guitar for parts, Scott have me a cigar box, I milled the purple stars off the headstock, dropped some inlay on it, reused the neck, and turned the whole thing into a 6 string CBG...

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#Comment Re: My neighbor Mark gave me this garish made: 2023-02-19 14:06:57.731471+01 by: DaveP

Nice! What’s the scale length? Looks nearly full-size.

#Comment Re: My neighbor Mark gave me this garish made: 2023-02-22 00:41:07.123562+01 by: Dan Lyke

Yeah, I need to get a tape measure on it, but it's probably a 24¾"

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