#1803 Railyard SC

Second in the series of guitars for Rail Yard Studios.

The top on this one is pine bead board with its original green paint, salvaged from the doors of the old railroad freight station in Watertown, Tennessee.

The rest of the wood is salvaged from the decking of decommissioned railroad cars.

Control plates are antique door hardware, pickguard is rusted roof tin, and the tailpiece is an antique cast iron drawer pull.

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gwen forrester

artist, musician, guitar builder, housewife, parent, not necessarily in that order, or any order at all, for that matter. genderless being trapped in a trans woman's body.

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