Nymph electric guitar

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Murray Kuun
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Nymph electric guitar

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ztz nymph smaller still.JPG
One of my latest electric designs/builds.

Lots of pics here too ... http://www.pinterest.com/murraykuun/mur ... -lutherie/

Geoff St. Germaine
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Gorgeous guitar! Can you post details on the specs? That looks like a fantastic piece of Birdseye maple that you've used for the top.

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Hans Bezemer
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+1 Gorgeous guitar!

Leonardo Silva
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that look so gorgeous that I want to steal the design so badly xd.

still, I don't steal designs, I just get inspired by other people's work, and I have to say yours is really inspiring!

John Catto
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Love this, VERY stylish!! Out of curiosity, how's the bridge cover held on?

Murray Kuun
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Cover held by 2 screws from underneath. Some players would want it without the cover though.
Not one one for "specs" really but what would you like to know? 635mm scale, iconix pups, gotoh tuners, hipshot bridge, cherry body, birdseye top, small chamber at the air "intakes". Oh, sapele neck with ebony fb.
Leonardo, i am proud of you:-) everyone steals designs, very very very few design new guitars. But, you have my permission to use some elements.

Bob Francis
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Mo pix Mo pix! :shock:

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Very nice Murray.
John Kingma,
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Art Davila
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Love the design very cool. I really love the sound holes.

But I also like the handle,
I can imagine Steve Vie getting one he likes his s type guitars with the handle now he can have a single cut.

I wish I had your inventiveness, and originality.
Is that for a customer or just for yourself?
I have a lot of experience on how "not" to do things.

Murray Kuun
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For nobody in particular, i often just design and build, eventually someone may buy it:-)

James Tonguet
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Nice instrument , reminds me of the guy with Steve Windwood's .

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Pete Halliday
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Damn!

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I'm not usually a fan of this type of thing but I'm a huge fan of your work. A lot of "modern?" designs just seem clumsy and too pointy but you pull this off with something that just works. Very inspiring and I can only give praise to your craftsmanship -- awesome sir.

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