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    Les Paul Forum Member renderit's Avatar
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    Why no guitars made with Hackberry Bush?

    Just thought I would get you to ponder the mysteries of the universe.

    An how aboot CHOKE
    CHERRY?


    HUH?


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    Re: Why no guitars made with Hackberry Bush?

    MonSTer MeSH

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    Les Paul Forum Member renderit's Avatar
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    Re: Why no guitars made with Hackberry Bush?

    I am thinking layers of mismatched Formica™.

    That way in the future peeps would peel off layers and SWOON over the ones under it!

    Imagine: going from
    80's Butcher Block to 70's Orange and Green MUSHROOMS!


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    Re: Why no guitars made with Hackberry Bush?

    Hackberry bush

    Featured snippet from the web:

    Celtis occidentalis, commonly known as the common hackberry, is a large deciduous tree native to North America. It is also known as the nettletree, sugarberry, beaverwood, northern hackberry, and American hackberry.

    Beaverwood? Dare I even guess... "Man in the boat overboard"...
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    Neil Peart (September 12, 1952 - January 7, 2020)

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    Re: Why no guitars made with Hackberry Bush?

    Squidly Shagbush

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    Re: Why no guitars made with Hackberry Bush?

    Quote Originally Posted by renderit View Post
    I am thinking layers of mismatched Formica™
    Isn't that what my Danelectro is made out of?

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    Re: Why no guitars made with Hackberry Bush?

    I've got a sweet 'Burst made of air...

    (It has Grovers and some over spray on the back of the neck, but it sounds exactly like you'd think it sounds!)


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    Les Paul Forum Member Ed Driscoll's Avatar
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    Re: Why no guitars made with Hackberry Bush?

    Quote Originally Posted by KennyF View Post

    Beaverwood? Dare I even guess... "Man in the boat overboard"...
    Frank Drebin, call your precinct!


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    Re: Why no guitars made with Hackberry Bush?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Driscoll View Post
    Frank Drebin, call your precinct!

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    "...put aside the alienation, get on with the fascination, the real relation, the underlying theme."
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    Les Paul Forum Member renderit's Avatar
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    Re: Why no guitars made with Hackberry Bush?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Driscoll View Post
    Frank Drebin, call your precinct!

    Ah!

    A cinema classic.


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    Re: Why no guitars made with Hackberry Bush?

    hackberry bush is so soft that is why it is not used in guiter because some hard equipment required

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