Languedoc kits also in Koa!

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  1. rmolsonguitars

    rmolsonguitars Active Member Staff Member

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    Languedoc Style Guitars and in kit form and Finished models
    Want a great solid wood Languedoc as a guitar kit or pre finished?

    See all the wood selections on these full hollow Languedoc's at

    http://languedoc-guitar.com
     
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    Jofa Well-Known Member

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    Man that is some INSANE binding work!

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    Overt1 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    for your money back guarantee, do you still take your 50 dollar cut if the return is something to do with a manufacturing defect?
     

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    rmolsonguitars Active Member Staff Member

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    Of course not... I won't send it if there is a manufacturing defect.

    There is just one out of a thousand that it would apply to. It is the guy that looks at the $10,000 model and when he gets ours he says its not the same.
    I have enough pics to show what they look like and when it comes to the koa, I have even shown pics of the actual koa that would be used.
     
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    snarph Well-Known Member

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    that is very attractive grouping of wood
     
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    curious as to why th languedoc copies are so much more than the LP copies? Moneywise that is. 300 dollars correct for the semi-hollow?
     
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    idiotsdelight Well-Known Member

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    Always love the obligatory foot pic. :wiggle:

    Is that the home page? I always feel like i'm lost somewhere in the middle of a website & can't get to it.

    Do you offer others is what I'm curious about?
     
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    Languedoc's are made from solid-wood, not plywood like most other semi-hollows. Hey Robert any pics of your new 335s? Are the current 335s made with a mahogany neck?
     
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    I think you're looking at a LOT more work to produce that guitar compared to an LP. There are some shots of his 335s out there (you have to click on some of the links on that "website" (lord, won't SOMEONE help him with that <G>). They're gorgeous. No idea how they play or feel, of course, but they certainly photograph well.
     

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