Joss J-18

srober40

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Here are a few pictures of the same model made at different times.

Some interesting observations.

1. Buttsleeves are different lengths (Can't tell from the pictures)

2. Pins are different lengths

3. Cue on left has regular MOP diamonds (no notches)

4. Cue on right has no inlays in the points

5. Cue on right has abalone inlays in the butt vs. MOP on the other two

6. Cue on right has a maple buttsleeve and points vs. ebony on the other two
 

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Chopdoc

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Well, they'r not veneers since they're CNC inlay points, but you're right.

I for one am very happy to see this post. This model is often discussed and to see three of them compared and contrasted side by side is a treat.

Thank you so much! :)




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Xnotedgeanymore

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Well, they'r not veneers since they're CNC inlay points, but you're right.

I for one am very happy to see this post. This model is often discussed and to see three of them compared and contrasted side by side is a treat.

Thank you so much! :)




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Thanks for the correction, I was pretty sure veneer was not the correct term, just unsure of exactly what the appropriate moniker would be. Thanks for the info!
 

Chopdoc

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I'm really not sure either. I mean, are they properly called re-cut points?

I honestly don't know if there is a proper term for this style of imitating veneers.



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