Discussion in 'Poker Tables, Seating, and Furniture' started by chipjoker, Jan 16, 2017.
That would make a great table here in Nashville...
Great design, mate! Love it (I love everything with guitars on it).
And the load of likes from the other thread makes me suspicious, to say the least. You want to see it prior to delivery?
OOooooooo, can you, can you??????
@Ray-Col rendering... MMMmmmmmm
You lucky dawg! It makes you feel so special when he works his magic on YOUR project. Amazing stuff.
And great design chipjoker. Love the final design. Nice work.
Since you've got the guitars mirrored, why not consider the same thing with your text? What if you moved "The Music Shack" either onto or on top of the neck of each guitar? Might have to resize a little.
My guess would be...
Looks fantastic! Really like the music note speedcloth
I like them all
You know how gangsters used to carry Tommy guns in a violin case? I absolutely insist that you modify a guitar case to hold your chips.
Like Hard Rock did?
Yeah, but better.
Hard Rock case only holds 200 chips though . With a good 800-1000 piece set, you would need roadies to carry them all.
When I get home I will find the pic I took with the chips in a real guitar case.
Here you go @WedgeRock
Yep. But you need a dedicated guitar case. You need to add a layer of eggshell foam to the top like the Hard Rock did and some extra foam in the empty spots to keep those chips in place, but that is outstanding.
Great way to transport 800 chips, some plaques and a setup of cards!
I like it !
What kind of table you got? ........ a double arch top
This is awesome. Nicely done!!!!!
@chipjoker was so kind to lend me his artwork and I could render some pics according to his table specs:
THANK YOU @Ray-Col - YOU ROCK....
See above for table, Except the legs, I have 2 pedestal legs with 3 claw feet on each... Pics to come when I get the felt installed..
I built it the table on Saturday the 13th.
Just finished the last render of the series. I desperately wanted to do a little tribute to your awesome initial pr0n of this set, which can be found here:
Notes from The Music Shack
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