Hi guys! Introducing Dan Hehnke String Works

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  1. Guitargumption

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    Hopefully this is allowed here? I am a very small time builder, and build and sell a few guitars here and there. I've been doing it off and on for about 10 years, but only do a couple a year. Just thought I'd introduce myself and post a couple pictures of the latest guitar using the Toone & Townsend headless hardware. I was inspired to build this latest one around the beta version of his hardware, great stuff! I've got a website almost going, but it only has a little bit of content up so far. www.danhehnkeguitars.com

    Anyway, let me know if you have any comments or questions...this guitar will be up for sale soon.

    Cheers

    Dan

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    Oops well I guess pictures from a Google photos site won't show up. I'll work on that.
     
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    Thanks Ben. How did you post that picture? BTW that guitar now has a custom machined roller bridge that supporst the multi scale layout. Much smoother tuning now and better vibration transfer!
     
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    I right-clicked on the picture on your google page, copied the picture address, then cut and pasted the link into my post surrounded by [ img ] and [ /img ] tags (without the spaces).
     
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    Thanks Ben! Let's try this...this is the guitar that will be for sale soon:
     
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    I'm diggin' this one!!!
     
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    Thanks! That's my lightweight ergonomic prototype. Mostly hollow Limba body, and Limba neck. Steinberger tuners. That one is potentially for sale, though it is signed by my favorite band and I really like it, so I might have to keep it! I do plan to evolve it and make more like it though.
     
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    Nice clean work! How much are they?

    Kind Regards,
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    Thanks Steve! I'm not sure yet, but the walnut top one with the headless hardware will probably be around $3500. I am not completely set on my pricing yet though.

    Cheers.

    Dan
     
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    Love this one!

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