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  1. Vintage 1968

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    Those look wonderful Jeff! Good to see your work again.
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  2. old dog, new tricks

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    thanks for the kind words everyone. Along with drum building, I've also been doing other woodworking projects including a King size bed frame and headboard for a friend and his wife. This is made from solid Douglas fir, including a 6 x 6 post cut into cross sections for the 3D headboard design.

    I had no idea (at the time in 2017) how expensive solid wood furniture was and a comparable frame and headboard would cost anywhere up to $2500. They bought the materials (around $300 if memory serves) and I built it for them as a house warming gift after they purchased their first home on Vancouver Island. It the first big furniture build I've ever done and it turned out nicely and they love it.
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    link below for my kit build thread

    https://www.pearldrummersforum.com/s...t-build-thread

  3. old dog, new tricks

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    I also built this cherry foyer table for a friend and his wife as they were looking for something similar and it was going to cost around $800. Again, they purchased the materials and I built it for them. It's solid cherry in the "Mission/Craftsman" style, all doweled and glued with no fasteners, and dovetailed poplar drawers with cherry drawers fronts. 32" tall, 15" deep and 48" wide with 4 coats of Tung Oil finish. They love it and I was very happy with how it turned out as that was the first time I'd ever cut dovetails.
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    It is said correctly that the law exists not for the just, but the unjust as the just carry the law in their hearts and need not call it from afar.

    link below for my kit build thread

    https://www.pearldrummersforum.com/s...t-build-thread

  4. Rogue Ex-Mod

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    Great to see you on the PDF again my friend! All those pictures look amazing! Nice work.
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  5. Registered User

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    This is gorgeous and it’s good to see you back.
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  6. Drumming Since 1943

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    Your work is par excellence.

    That headboard/bed frame is sublime.
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  7. J-Con

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    Jeff! Welcome back to the forum. That kick looks absolutely amazing! I'd love to have the space for some wood-working tools... I'd also love to know how to use them, lol. The furniture is beautiful. I especially like that table with the drawers. The dovetail looks perfect.

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    Nicely done man. Some nice new toys you got there!

  9. PDF 8a5h1ng T3am C4p

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    Great looking furniture pieces! Traditional joinery is something I don't think I'll have the patience for until I retire. Until then, pocket holes and brackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feenix View Post
    Great looking furniture pieces! Traditional joinery is something I don't think I'll have the patience for until I retire. Until then, pocket holes and brackets.
    Or just nails and wood glue...

  11. Dalmi Joedi - Jedi

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    Nice work. I love the bed. Good to see you back.

  12. anti-shark cage?

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    Nice, Jeff!
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