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Message started by Crazy Bill the Eel Killer on 02/29/16 at 17:42:44

Title: Upgrade to alternate tuning
Post by Crazy Bill the Eel Killer on 02/29/16 at 17:42:44

Hello Steve,
thought I'd post this question here in case anyone else was interested.

I still have my HDT's from 2003, and I think it's time to look at the DFR8 w/ the alternate tuning. If I purchase the DFR8, do you still offer the alternate tuning package, or am I going to have to look at either buying a new HDT or building one.

I probably missed it, but I couldn't find the answer on the site.

Thanks,                              Crazy Bill

Title: Re: Upgrade to alternate tuning
Post by ZYGI on 03/01/16 at 02:33:05

Crazy Bill…contact Sarah, I just had someone else order the Alt tuning kit.

Zygi

Title: Re: Upgrade to alternate tuning
Post by Crazy Bill the Eel Killer on 03/01/16 at 14:23:14

Hello Zygi,
Thanks for the quick reply.
One more question if I may.

If I decide to buy a brand new HDT w/ custom veneers, can you do the build, priced appropriately of course, using 3/4 inch birch ply instead of
MDF.

Cheers,                   Crazy Bill

Title: Re: Upgrade to alternate tuning
Post by ZYGI on 03/01/16 at 21:28:14

Bill,

Yes, I can. I'm assuming you are looking for baltic birch or apple ply, correct?

Zygi

Title: Re: Upgrade to alternate tuning
Post by Crazy Bill the Eel Killer on 03/02/16 at 03:43:01

Thanks Zygi,

Yes, either Baltic Birch or apple ply.

Just so I can get an idea, let's forget about the exotic veneer for now.

Just a quesstimate, about how much more over the basic HDT price would the construction be using either the Baltic birch or the apple ply.

Thanks again,

Crazy Bill

Title: Re: Upgrade to alternate tuning
Post by ZYGI on 03/03/16 at 20:24:22

Bill,

What ever the difference would be in the materials. The only issue we have is the corners when using plywood material. I doubt I could make the corners radiuses in plywood and have it even look presentable, let alone good. We would have to work that out.

Zygi

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