Nice little story on Rutledge Audio Design

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  1. CurtisSC

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    Now if he could just get my center done...[​IMG]
     
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    John,

    Second coat of poly today. It'll be outta here next week![​IMG]
     
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    Wow,

    Brian is famous. Keep up the good work !!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Hey...what's first? John's center or my stands???
     
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    That depends...when did you order your stands? [​IMG]
     
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    Before you ordered your center. LOL [​IMG]
     
  8. Brian Bunge

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    John's center is first. Plus we'll be done with his probably on Saturday. Just finished the first coat of black paint on your stands' bases and top plates so they'll probably be done sometime next week. With this humidity you need to let things dry pretty well before packing and shipping.
     
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    Well, since the newspaper's website only offers up a black and white photo, here is what they look like in color!


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    You can find a few more pics (that are a bit larger too) at Patrick Sun's DIY Atlanta 2003 webpage.

    Nice work, Brian!
     
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    Way to go, Brian!

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    I like the unusual base. Those look very nice, even in black and white.

    Brian,

    Should I wax or treat my 2s with anything or just wipe them down?
     
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    Wipe them down? With what? I like to use a nice furniture polish every now and then. IIRC, the product name is Guardsman. I believe it's sold at a lot of furniture stores. At least that's where I bought mine.
     
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    Wipe them down with a rag, no chemicals.

    I used to have this nice polish, but the store that carried it, that I got my pine bedroom furniture from, went out of business. Thanks, I'll check around.
     
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    Mr. Bunge,

    This is a great thread. Keep up the good work!
     
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    John,

    Damp rags have a tendency to dull the finish so don't go that route. I don't think you'll have much trouble finding the Guardsman polish.

    Dave,

    Thanks for the kind words.:b
     

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