Sierra Piano Pen

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Scott

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Hi everybody!

I finally had the opportunity to try out one of the new Sierra kits from Bill Baumbeck. And I also had a chance to try out the Grand Piano kit from Ken Nelsen in it's new Sierra configuration. I have to say I love the way they go together!

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Here's another picture:

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I hope you like it!

Scott.
 
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JimGo

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That is REALLY cool Scott! Too bad the black part of the barrel isn't just a SMIDGE darker, to really match the black on the kit. Otherwise, that's a heck of a pen!

Is the piano on both sides, or just one?
 
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WOW!

That is a nice one Scott.
I've got a ton of kits and I'll be looking into the piano kit.
 

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Awesome display of craftsmanship Scott! I really like the piano pen. I'm not much on this style of pen, but you may have changed my outlook on it as well.
 

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Scott that is really great. Nice to see that design expanded to the Sierra. I like the way it turned out and looks. Nice job. Thanks for sharing it with us.
 

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Thanks Everybody!

This pen really has a nice impact! It's one of those rare combinations that looks good, feels good and works good!

I've been wanting to do an article on one of Ken's laser-cut kits, and he suggested the Sierra kit, as he was just coming out with it, and it would help introduce it. The article will be out in the January issue of More Woodturning.

Jim - The piano is only on one side.

Thanks again!

Scott.
 
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