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Old 11-30-2017, 11:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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This is my first attempt at segmenting. Blue mahoe and holly on a majestic squire. c&c please

Yes I know my photography sucks
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Segmenting is FUN! Great pen!
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Looks great.....no one would have known it was your first!!
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That looks awesome.
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This is my first attempt at segmenting. Blue mahoe and holly on a majestic squire. c&c please

Yes I know my photography sucks
Photos look fine!

Your slices look good. Just pay attention when you do the glue-ups to keep the allignment consistent. The slices look very good for the width, so you only need to be more careful with the spacing.

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