“Me and one other built this guitar for my new brother in-law. He served our wonderful country for 25 years in the USMC.
We built this for him as a retirement gift from us as a thank you for serving our great nation.”
– Andrew W.
We are so proud to be a part of this! I don’t want to say anything else to take away from such an already powerful presentation, other than, we are so proud of you Andrew! It is an honor to have met you! Thank you so much to your brother in law for serving our beloved Nation. We cannot thank him enough, and the way I see it, I owe him one 🙂
– Keith Y.
Keda Dye LLC
Ever mix some wood dyes or wood stain colors together? Then proceed in the wood coloring process, only to find 3 months later, that you would like to recreate that same color for a nice matching table, or perhaps bring new life into an old wooden door with that same color. However, you go to grab the mixed stain, only to find there is none left. Here is a great wood coloring tip that may help you have the ability to recreate mixing dyes for that same exact finish.
“I did a ‘trial purple’ on a guitar body that I had been kicking around. Just beautiful.
I put a teaspoon of Blue and some red and BAMM!”
Thank you for sharing your great guitar dye work my friend! Hope to see her sealed with her hardware dressing, as well as any more you would like to share 🙂
Keda Dye LLC