I don't know. I only did the inlay work, I didn't build the guitar. I remember than they were talking about having it held in my magnets at one point. In the close up, it looks like it's glue in, but is sort of hard to tell. The inlay in the standing position sort of caught me off guard. I design it to go the other way, but of course the final decision would be up to the luthier.jester536 wrote:Does the Blues for Allah inlay work cover a compartment like the Tiger?...if so...I don't see any screws. Absolutely beautiful work...I also think it looks good oriented with the standing guitar...rather than on it's side. WOW.
Check out my site and you can see the steps involved in doing the inlay. Lots more to stare at there.keirweir wrote:Sweet one of a kind guitar. Amazing inlay on an amazing guitar. I love the headstock. Nothing like building a one of a kind guitar. This is somthing I could stare at all day. As a matter of fact i think I will.
cSuttle wrote:Hi Gang,
It's Cliff Suttle, the guy who designed and made the Blues of Allah piece shown above. Just thought I would chime in and see if there are any questions about how it was made, or materials used, or how it will be installed on the guitar, or the meaning of life ...
Now there is a interesting question. I think that are two possible answers.JonnyBoy wrote:And while your willing, Why are we here on this Earth?