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This bent guitar table is fashioned after a Gibson Les Paul with a sunburst finish. For this table I used some beautifully figured curly maple. The body was cut and formed. I purchased a nice black guitar neck and matching black tuners. The body is air brushed red dye around the edges, and yellow dye in the middle. I used different coloured woods for the inlays that simulate the knobs, pickups and bridges. The walnut legs were formed and flared to give nice proportions and form. I also air brushed the legs with red dye around the edges, and yellow dye in the middle. It is finished with multi coats of high gloss lacquer.
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