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Author: arumako (Show all albums)

My beloved Os: 5 Center-holed. 5 Epi-ed. The Magnificent 10!
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Center-holed Os. When tradition steps into innovation...

Understated elegance. Outspoken resonance.

Variety under the hood. Bracing patterns from left to right: VT-11, K-5, A-braced, A-braced.

2000 1861-5 Standard Balladeer USA. Neck reset and finish repair.

1997 Collector's Edition USA w/ Touch Sensitive Pre-amp (a.k.a. Vincent). 12-Fretter resonance over-achiever.

1982 1612-4 Custom Balladeer USA. Restored by Dan Savage with torrefied Sitka Spruce top and braces. Unearthly depth and clarity.

1973 1117-4 Legend USA. Restored cracked sound board and lifting bridge. Vintage sonic boomer.

1986 5986-B Nakao 20th Anniversary USA Restored rosette, reset & refretted neck, rebuilt bridge saddle slot. SSB on steroids.

Epaulet O's

Similar faces, but different innards. Bracing patterns from left to right: K-3, Quintad, Quintad, K-3 Classical, K-3 modified.

Colorful and Charismatic

Epi's lined up
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