Golem turns plastic into wood ....

Golem turns plastic into wood ....

Postby Golem » Mon Feb 07, 2011 10:21 pm

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Just wave the plastic and voila, wood ...
and wire, and magnets, and stuff !

Me and my plastic been busy ....
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Re: Golem turns plastic into wood ....

Postby ghiadub » Mon Feb 07, 2011 11:02 pm

Nice work there. Plastic is waaay overrated. Wood is much betta.

I dig the wendler. Nice old school look to it.
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Re: Golem turns plastic into wood ....

Postby Golem » Tue Feb 08, 2011 12:20 am

ghiadub wrote:Nice work there. Plastic is waaay overrated. Wood is much betta.

I dig the wendler. Nice old school look to it.


Dave Wendler has somewhat olde skool taste, judging not
only by his products, but also by the music samples on his
site. My main use for that Wendler bass is in a string band.
It's not bluegrass at all, but it's eclectic olde skool: Django,
Duke, Doc Watson. All kindza stuff, and nothing new-ish.

Check the music samples at the Wendler site.

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