The RMC Nylon Fly is On the Way
But I don't care about that, because Jim just emailed and is shipping my Cedar Nylon Fly back to me tomorrow. He was going to ship it UPS Ground, which takes at least five days, but, of course, I told him I'd gladly pay the extra thousand quatloos to have it shipped Previous Day via Time Displacement Generator. LOL! I should get it Wednesday afternoon.
Jim documented his work.
Since cedar is stupid soft, Jim described drilling on it as, "nerve-wracking."
I would think, "time-consuming" with tiny saws like that.
The Polydrive I unit is miniscule, which we needed for such a thin guitar.
Those Tall Acoustic Gold saddles sure do look comforting. Both of my Godins have the shorter versions, and these are supposed to sound even better.
I'll also have the 13-pin connector to run synths and MIDI gear, of course.
I can't wait. I've set up my rehearsal studio - read spare bedroom - so I can begin to practice standing up. Yay!
The lighting is kind of weird, but that's her real hair color. I know because - ahem - everything matches.