#1306 Mississippi Road Dog

This is the third Road Dog I have done with this green painted bead board that came from the sliding doors from the old Watertown railroad freight station.
I sawed the boards in half, and laminated the top 1/4″ of the green side onto a sassafras back.
Neck is red maple, with persimmon fretboard.
This one is headed across the pond to a delta blues enthusiast in England.

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5 Responses to #1306 Mississippi Road Dog

  1. Lee says:

    How much? w/ case !!?

  2. Stephen says:

    Thanks a million man! It turned out even better than i’d hoped!
    (from across the pond)

  3. gwen says:

    Stephen~ Glad to hear it!

    Lee~ This one is sold, as it was a custom commission.
    I will be making some similar ones for sale through Rebel Guitars
    Price will be $2250 including case.
    The Road Dogs I build for Rebel usually have Alabama “Heart of Dixie” license plates, but I can do others as well, as long as I feel they fit the guitar well.

  4. Stephen says:

    Hi george

    The guitar arrived this morning and its a beauty! It looks and plays like a dream. As far as maintainance and cleaning goes … Are there any do’s and don’ts? Not sure what the finish is on the body? Is normal guitar polish ok? What about the fretboard?

  5. dismal ax says:

    Hi Stephen,
    Glad to hear it
    I use a flat waterborne varnish, and it is very low gloss, so really no point in polishing; just wipe it down with a clean rag.

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