<FONT style="font-size:13px" color="#000000" face="Arial"> <div align=center><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana" style="font-size:16px;"><B><U>Top Notch Guitars For Discerning Players</U></B></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana" style="font-size:16px;"><BR></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">I use both traditional and modern tools, materials, and building methods to transform superior tonewoods into unique musical instruments, designed to match your ergonomic, sound, and aesthetic requirements. Using CAD/CAM with CNC and laser cutting machines, I can quickly make super-accurate templates, jigs, and molds for whatever guitar design I please. I can customize the size and shape of the instrument, the rosette and inlay designs, scale length, number of frets to the body, fretboard width and compound contour, neck shape, cutaway, headstock, bridge, back radius, soundboard radius, armrest, tuners, strings, wood, tone/sound, action, and any embellishments/bling (binding/purfling, custom inlay, etc.) that you want. Did I leave anything out? Let me know if I did, but whatever it is, I'm sure I can customize it!</font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">I run Cambrian Guitars out of a small industrial unit located near Highway 101 and De La Cruz Blvd in Santa Clara, CA. Visitors are welcome, but by appointment only please.&nbsp; Currently, I have a backlog of 4 instruments that are nearly complete plus 3 in the queue (a custom OOO, a Niibori Alto, and a 6-string acoustic bass!). After those, I will be building on a first-come-first-served basis. Please call or email me anytime to start the ball rolling on your next truly custom guitar.</font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">Cheers,</font><br> <font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">Dave Fifield</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> </FONT> <div class="wpmd"> <div align=center><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana" class="ws12"><B><U>Top Notch Guitars For Discerning Players</U></B></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana" class="ws12"><BR></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">I use both traditional and modern tools, materials, and building methods to transform superior tonewoods into unique musical instruments, designed to match your ergonomic, sound, and aesthetic requirements. Using CAD/CAM with CNC and laser cutting machines, I can quickly make super-accurate templates, jigs, and molds for whatever guitar design I please. I can customize the size and shape of the instrument, the rosette and inlay designs, scale length, number of frets to the body, fretboard width and compound contour, neck shape, cutaway, headstock, bridge, back radius, soundboard radius, armrest, tuners, strings, wood, tone/sound, action, and any embellishments/bling (binding/purfling, custom inlay, etc.) that you want. Did I leave anything out? Let me know if I did, but whatever it is, I'm sure I can customize it!</font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">I run Cambrian Guitars out of a small industrial unit located near Highway 101 and De La Cruz Blvd in Santa Clara, CA. Visitors are welcome, but by appointment only please.&nbsp; Currently, I have a backlog of 4 instruments that are nearly complete plus 3 in the queue (a custom OOO, a Niibori Alto, and a 6-string acoustic bass!). After those, I will be building on a first-come-first-served basis. Please call or email me anytime to start the ball rolling on your next truly custom guitar.</font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">Cheers,</font><br> <font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">Dave Fifield</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> </div> LTggMSAzDQotOSAyIDAgMCAyIDAgMQ0KcnZzDQrvAQAADgEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBgtOb3JtYWwgdGV4 dAhGb250TmFtZQYFQXJpYWwFQ29sb3IHB2NsQmxhY2sAAQlTdHlsZU5hbWUGBkp1bXAgMQhGb250 TmFtZQYFQXJpYWwFU3R5bGULC2ZzVW5kZXJsaW5lAAVDb2xvcgcGY2xCbHVlBEp1bXAJAAEJU3R5 bGVOYW1lBgdVbmljb2RlCEZvbnROYW1lBhNMdWNpZGEgU2FucyBVbmljb2RlB1VuaWNvZGUJAAEJ U3R5bGVOYW1lBgtOb3JtYWwgdGV4dAhTdGFuZGFyZAgIRm9udE5hbWUGB1ZlcmRhbmEFQ29sb3IH B2NsQmxhY2sAAQlTdHlsZU5hbWUGC05vcm1hbCB0ZXh0CFN0YW5kYXJkCAhGb250TmFtZQYHVmVy ZGFuYQRTaXplAgwFQ29sb3IEW0dCAAABCVN0eWxlTmFtZQYLTm9ybWFsIHRleHQIU3RhbmRhcmQI CEZvbnROYW1lBgdWZXJkYW5hBUNvbG9yBFtHQgAAAQlTdHlsZU5hbWUGC05vcm1hbCB0ZXh0CFN0 YW5kYXJkCAhGb250TmFtZQYHVmVyZGFuYQRTaXplAgwFU3R5bGULBmZzQm9sZAtmc1VuZGVybGlu ZQAFQ29sb3IEW0dCAAAALTkgMiAwIDAgMiAwIDINCnJ2cw0KBwEAAA4BCVN0eWxlTmFtZQYKTGVm dCBBbGlnbgdPcHRpb25zCwAEVGFicw4AAAEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBghDZW50ZXJlZAlBbGlnbm1lbnQH CXJ2YUNlbnRlcgdPcHRpb25zCwAEVGFicw4AAAEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBgtSaWdodCBBbGlnbglBbGln bm1lbnQHCHJ2YVJpZ2h0B09wdGlvbnMLAARUYWJzDgAAAQlTdHlsZU5hbWUGDVByb3RlY3QgVGFi bGUHT3B0aW9ucwsNcnZwYW9SZWFkT25seRFydnBhb1N0eWxlUHJvdGVjdBVydnBhb0RvTm90V2Fu dFJldHVybnMABFRhYnMOAAAALTkgMiAwIDAgMiAwIDQNCnJ2cw0KAgAAAA4ANiAxIDEgMCAwIDAN ClRvcCBOb3RjaCBHdWl0YXJzIEZvciBEaXNjZXJuaW5nIFBsYXllcnMNCjQgMSAwIDAgMCAwDQoN CjUgNSAwIDAgMCAwDQpJIHVzZSBib3RoIHRyYWRpdGlvbmFsIGFuZCBtb2Rlcm4gdG9vbHMsIG1h dGVyaWFscywgYW5kIGJ1aWxkaW5nIG1ldGhvZHMgdG8gdHJhbnNmb3JtIHN1cGVyaW9yIHRvbmV3 b29kcyBpbnRvIHVuaXF1ZSBtdXNpY2FsIGluc3RydW1lbnRzLCBkZXNpZ25lZCB0byBtYXRjaCB5 b3VyIGVyZ29ub21pYywgc291bmQsIGFuZCBhZXN0aGV0aWMgcmVxdWlyZW1lbnRzLiBVc2luZyBD QUQvQ0FNIHdpdGggQ05DIGFuZCBsYXNlciBjdXR0aW5nIG1hY2hpbmVzLCBJIGNhbiBxdWlja2x5 IG1ha2Ugc3VwZXItYWNjdXJhdGUgdGVtcGxhdGVzLCBqaWdzLCBhbmQgbW9sZHMgZm9yIHdoYXRl dmVyIGd1aXRhciBkZXNpZ24gSSBwbGVhc2UuIEkgY2FuIGN1c3RvbWl6ZSB0aGUgc2l6ZSBhbmQg c2hhcGUgb2YgdGhlIGluc3RydW1lbnQsIHRoZSByb3NldHRlIGFuZCBpbmxheSBkZXNpZ25zLCBz Y2FsZSBsZW5ndGgsIG51bWJlciBvZiBmcmV0cyB0byB0aGUgYm9keSwgZnJldGJvYXJkIHdpZHRo IGFuZCBjb21wb3VuZCBjb250b3VyLCBuZWNrIHNoYXBlLCBjdXRhd2F5LCBoZWFkc3RvY2ssIGJy aWRnZSwgYmFjayByYWRpdXMsIHNvdW5kYm9hcmQgcmFkaXVzLCBhcm1yZXN0LCB0dW5lcnMsIHN0 cmluZ3MsIHdvb2QsIHRvbmUvc291bmQsIGFjdGlvbiwgYW5kIGFueSBlbWJlbGxpc2htZW50cy9i bGluZyAoYmluZGluZy9wdXJmbGluZywgY3VzdG9tIGlubGF5LCBldGMuKSB0aGF0IHlvdSB3YW50 LiBEaWQgSSBsZWF2ZSBhbnl0aGluZyBvdXQ/IExldCBtZSBrbm93IGlmIEkgZGlkLCBidXQgd2hh dGV2ZXIgaXQgaXMsIEknbSBzdXJlIEkgY2FuIGN1c3RvbWl6ZSBpdCENCg0KSSBydW4gQ2FtYnJp YW4gR3VpdGFycyBvdXQgb2YgYSBzbWFsbCBpbmR1c3RyaWFsIHVuaXQgbG9jYXRlZCBuZWFyIEhp Z2h3YXkgMTAxIGFuZCBEZSBMYSBDcnV6IEJsdmQgaW4gU2FudGEgQ2xhcmEsIENBLiBWaXNpdG9y cyBhcmUgd2VsY29tZSwgYnV0IGJ5IGFwcG9pbnRtZW50IG9ubHkgcGxlYXNlLiAgQ3VycmVudGx5 LCBJIGhhdmUgYSBiYWNrbG9nIG9mIDQgaW5zdHJ1bWVudHMgdGhhdCBhcmUgbmVhcmx5IGNvbXBs ZXRlIHBsdXMgMyBpbiB0aGUgcXVldWUgKGEgY3VzdG9tIE9PTywgYSBOaWlib3JpIEFsdG8sIGFu ZCBhIDYtc3RyaW5nIGFjb3VzdGljIGJhc3MhKS4gQWZ0ZXIgdGhvc2UsIEkgd2lsbCBiZSBidWls ZGluZyBvbiBhIGZpcnN0LWNvbWUtZmlyc3Qtc2VydmVkIGJhc2lzLiBQbGVhc2UgY2FsbCBvciBl bWFpbCBtZSBhbnl0aW1lIHRvIHN0YXJ0IHRoZSBiYWxsIHJvbGxpbmcgb24geW91ciBuZXh0IHRy dWx5IGN1c3RvbSBndWl0YXIuDQoNCkNoZWVycywNCjUgMSAwIDQgMCAwDQpEYXZlIEZpZmllbGQN CjMgMSAwIDAgMCAwDQoNCg== <FONT style="font-size:13px" color="#000000" face="Arial"> <div align=center><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana" style="font-size:16px;"><B><U>Get A Quote</U></B></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">If you'd like to discuss ordering a custom designed and built guitar from me, please call or email me using the contact information in the title bar above. I will respond within a day.</font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">My terms are reasonable - I prefer not to publish them all online - please contact me directly to obtain a copy of my terms and warranty. Here is the gist:</font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">Once we have jointly worked out a specification for your guitar, I will give you a work start date. Quality cannot be rushed, so expect your guitar to take 3 to 4 months to complete from the start date. I make guitars contiguously from my order list. I expect 50% payment when I start work on your guitar. I will provide regular updates (in the form of an website build log with lots of photographs). I expect payment of the other 50% prior to shipping your guitar to you. If for any reason you are not entirely happy with the instrument, I will accept returns if shipped 7 or less days from receipt. Guitars with generic embellishments will get a full refund. Guitars with personalized embellishments will get between 10% and 25% less (depending on the level/alterability of the personalization).</font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">I warranty my guitars for life (mine or the original buyer's, whichever is shorter!) against defects in design or workmanship as long as the guitar has been treated reasonably (e.g. not left in a hot car for the afternoon!) and stored at room temperature in a relative humidity between about 40% and 70% with the string tension relieved if for longer than 2 weeks.</font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">Hope to hear from you soon!</font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">Cheers,</font><br> <font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">Dave Fifield</font></div> <div align=justify><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div align=justify><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div align=justify><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> </FONT> <div class="wpmd"> <div align=center><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana" class="ws12"><B><U>Get A Quote</U></B></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">If you'd like to discuss ordering a custom designed and built guitar from me, please call or email me using the contact information in the title bar above. I will respond within a day.</font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">My terms are reasonable - I prefer not to publish them all online - please contact me directly to obtain a copy of my terms and warranty. Here is the gist:</font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">Once we have jointly worked out a specification for your guitar, I will give you a work start date. Quality cannot be rushed, so expect your guitar to take 3 to 4 months to complete from the start date. I make guitars contiguously from my order list. I expect 50% payment when I start work on your guitar. I will provide regular updates (in the form of an website build log with lots of photographs). I expect payment of the other 50% prior to shipping your guitar to you. If for any reason you are not entirely happy with the instrument, I will accept returns if shipped 7 or less days from receipt. Guitars with generic embellishments will get a full refund. Guitars with personalized embellishments will get between 10% and 25% less (depending on the level/alterability of the personalization).</font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">I warranty my guitars for life (mine or the original buyer's, whichever is shorter!) against defects in design or workmanship as long as the guitar has been treated reasonably (e.g. not left in a hot car for the afternoon!) and stored at room temperature in a relative humidity between about 40% and 70% with the string tension relieved if for longer than 2 weeks.</font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">Hope to hear from you soon!</font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">Cheers,</font><br> <font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana">Dave Fifield</font></div> <div align=justify><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div align=justify><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div align=justify><font color="#5B4742" face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> </div> LTggMSAzDQotOSAyIDAgMCAyIDAgMQ0KcnZzDQpVAQAADgEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBgtOb3JtYWwgdGV4 dAhGb250TmFtZQYFQXJpYWwAAQlTdHlsZU5hbWUGBkp1bXAgMQhGb250TmFtZQYFQXJpYWwFU3R5 bGULC2ZzVW5kZXJsaW5lAAVDb2xvcgcGY2xCbHVlBEp1bXAJAAEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBgdVbmljb2Rl CEZvbnROYW1lBhNMdWNpZGEgU2FucyBVbmljb2RlB1VuaWNvZGUJAAEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBgtOb3Jt YWwgdGV4dAhTdGFuZGFyZAgIRm9udE5hbWUGB1ZlcmRhbmEFQ29sb3IEW0dCAAABCVN0eWxlTmFt ZQYLTm9ybWFsIHRleHQIU3RhbmRhcmQICEZvbnROYW1lBgdWZXJkYW5hBFNpemUCDAVTdHlsZQsG ZnNCb2xkC2ZzVW5kZXJsaW5lAAVDb2xvcgRbR0IAAAAtOSAyIDAgMCAyIDAgMg0KcnZzDQpQAQAA DgEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBgpMZWZ0IEFsaWduB09wdGlvbnMLAARUYWJzDgAAAQlTdHlsZU5hbWUGCENl bnRlcmVkCUFsaWdubWVudAcJcnZhQ2VudGVyB09wdGlvbnMLAARUYWJzDgAAAQlTdHlsZU5hbWUG C1JpZ2h0IEFsaWduCUFsaWdubWVudAcIcnZhUmlnaHQHT3B0aW9ucwsABFRhYnMOAAABCVN0eWxl TmFtZQYNUHJvdGVjdCBUYWJsZQdPcHRpb25zCw1ydnBhb1JlYWRPbmx5EXJ2cGFvU3R5bGVQcm90 ZWN0FXJ2cGFvRG9Ob3RXYW50UmV0dXJucwAEVGFicw4AAAEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBgpMZWZ0IEFsaWdu CFN0YW5kYXJkCAlBbGlnbm1lbnQHCnJ2YUp1c3RpZnkHT3B0aW9ucwsABFRhYnMOAAAALTkgMiAw IDAgMiAwIDQNCnJ2cw0KAgAAAA4ANCAxIDEgMCAwIDANCkdldCBBIFF1b3RlDQozIDEyIDAgMCAw IDANCg0KSWYgeW91J2QgbGlrZSB0byBkaXNjdXNzIG9yZGVyaW5nIGEgY3VzdG9tIGRlc2lnbmVk IGFuZCBidWlsdCBndWl0YXIgZnJvbSBtZSwgcGxlYXNlIGNhbGwgb3IgZW1haWwgbWUgdXNpbmcg dGhlIGNvbnRhY3QgaW5mb3JtYXRpb24gaW4gdGhlIHRpdGxlIGJhciBhYm92ZS4gSSB3aWxsIHJl c3BvbmQgd2l0aGluIGEgZGF5Lg0KDQpNeSB0ZXJtcyBhcmUgcmVhc29uYWJsZSAtIEkgcHJlZmVy IG5vdCB0byBwdWJsaXNoIHRoZW0gYWxsIG9ubGluZSAtIHBsZWFzZSBjb250YWN0IG1lIGRpcmVj dGx5IHRvIG9idGFpbiBhIGNvcHkgb2YgbXkgdGVybXMgYW5kIHdhcnJhbnR5LiBIZXJlIGlzIHRo ZSBnaXN0Og0KDQpPbmNlIHdlIGhhdmUgam9pbnRseSB3b3JrZWQgb3V0IGEgc3BlY2lmaWNhdGlv biBmb3IgeW91ciBndWl0YXIsIEkgd2lsbCBnaXZlIHlvdSBhIHdvcmsgc3RhcnQgZGF0ZS4gUXVh bGl0eSBjYW5ub3QgYmUgcnVzaGVkLCBzbyBleHBlY3QgeW91ciBndWl0YXIgdG8gdGFrZSAzIHRv IDQgbW9udGhzIHRvIGNvbXBsZXRlIGZyb20gdGhlIHN0YXJ0IGRhdGUuIEkgbWFrZSBndWl0YXJz IGNvbnRpZ3VvdXNseSBmcm9tIG15IG9yZGVyIGxpc3QuIEkgZXhwZWN0IDUwJSBwYXltZW50IHdo ZW4gSSBzdGFydCB3b3JrIG9uIHlvdXIgZ3VpdGFyLiBJIHdpbGwgcHJvdmlkZSByZWd1bGFyIHVw ZGF0ZXMgKGluIHRoZSBmb3JtIG9mIGFuIHdlYnNpdGUgYnVpbGQgbG9nIHdpdGggbG90cyBvZiBw aG90b2dyYXBocykuIEkgZXhwZWN0IHBheW1lbnQgb2YgdGhlIG90aGVyIDUwJSBwcmlvciB0byBz aGlwcGluZyB5b3VyIGd1aXRhciB0byB5b3UuIElmIGZvciBhbnkgcmVhc29uIHlvdSBhcmUgbm90 IGVudGlyZWx5IGhhcHB5IHdpdGggdGhlIGluc3RydW1lbnQsIEkgd2lsbCBhY2NlcHQgcmV0dXJu cyBpZiBzaGlwcGVkIDcgb3IgbGVzcyBkYXlzIGZyb20gcmVjZWlwdC4gR3VpdGFycyB3aXRoIGdl bmVyaWMgZW1iZWxsaXNobWVudHMgd2lsbCBnZXQgYSBmdWxsIHJlZnVuZC4gR3VpdGFycyB3aXRo IHBlcnNvbmFsaXplZCBlbWJlbGxpc2htZW50cyB3aWxsIGdldCBiZXR3ZWVuIDEwJSBhbmQgMjUl IGxlc3MgKGRlcGVuZGluZyBvbiB0aGUgbGV2ZWwvYWx0ZXJhYmlsaXR5IG9mIHRoZSBwZXJzb25h bGl6YXRpb24pLg0KDQpJIHdhcnJhbnR5IG15IGd1aXRhcnMgZm9yIGxpZmUgKG1pbmUgb3IgdGhl IG9yaWdpbmFsIGJ1eWVyJ3MsIHdoaWNoZXZlciBpcyBzaG9ydGVyISkgYWdhaW5zdCBkZWZlY3Rz IGluIGRlc2lnbiBvciB3b3JrbWFuc2hpcCBhcyBsb25nIGFzIHRoZSBndWl0YXIgaGFzIGJlZW4g dHJlYXRlZCByZWFzb25hYmx5IChlLmcuIG5vdCBsZWZ0IGluIGEgaG90IGNhciBmb3IgdGhlIGFm dGVybm9vbiEpIGFuZCBzdG9yZWQgYXQgcm9vbSB0ZW1wZXJhdHVyZSBpbiBhIHJlbGF0aXZlIGh1 bWlkaXR5IGJldHdlZW4gYWJvdXQgNDAlIGFuZCA3MCUgd2l0aCB0aGUgc3RyaW5nIHRlbnNpb24g cmVsaWV2ZWQgaWYgZm9yIGxvbmdlciB0aGFuIDIgd2Vla3MuDQoNCkhvcGUgdG8gaGVhciBmcm9t IHlvdSBzb29uIQ0KDQpDaGVlcnMsDQozIDEgMCA0IDAgMA0KRGF2ZSBGaWZpZWxkDQozIDMgNCAw IDAgMA0KDQoNCg0K <FONT style="font-size:13px" color="#5B4742" face="Arial"> <div><font face="Tahoma" style="font-size:11px;">© 2008-2013, Dave Fifield - All Rights Reserved</font></div> </FONT> <div class="wpmd"> <div><font face="Tahoma" class="ws8">© 2008-2013, Dave Fifield - All Rights Reserved</font></div> </div> LTggMSAzDQotOSAyIDAgMCAyIDAgMQ0KcnZzDQoEAQAADgEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBgtOb3JtYWwgdGV4 dAhGb250TmFtZQYFQXJpYWwFQ29sb3IEW0dCAAABCVN0eWxlTmFtZQYGSnVtcCAxCEZvbnROYW1l BgVBcmlhbAVTdHlsZQsLZnNVbmRlcmxpbmUABUNvbG9yBwZjbEJsdWUESnVtcAkAAQlTdHlsZU5h bWUGB1VuaWNvZGUIRm9udE5hbWUGE0x1Y2lkYSBTYW5zIFVuaWNvZGUHVW5pY29kZQkAAQlTdHls ZU5hbWUGC05vcm1hbCB0ZXh0CFN0YW5kYXJkCAhGb250TmFtZQYGVGFob21hBFNpemUCCAVDb2xv cgRbR0IAAAAtOSAyIDAgMCAyIDAgMg0KcnZzDQoHAQAADgEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBgpMZWZ0IEFsaWdu B09wdGlvbnMLAARUYWJzDgAAAQlTdHlsZU5hbWUGCENlbnRlcmVkCUFsaWdubWVudAcJcnZhQ2Vu dGVyB09wdGlvbnMLAARUYWJzDgAAAQlTdHlsZU5hbWUGC1JpZ2h0IEFsaWduCUFsaWdubWVudAcI cnZhUmlnaHQHT3B0aW9ucwsABFRhYnMOAAABCVN0eWxlTmFtZQYNUHJvdGVjdCBUYWJsZQdPcHRp b25zCw1ydnBhb1JlYWRPbmx5EXJ2cGFvU3R5bGVQcm90ZWN0FXJ2cGFvRG9Ob3RXYW50UmV0dXJu cwAEVGFicw4AAAAtOSAyIDAgMCAyIDAgNA0KcnZzDQoCAAAADgAzIDEgMCAwIDAgMA0KqSAyMDA4 LTIwMTMsIERhdmUgRmlmaWVsZCAtIEFsbCBSaWdodHMgUmVzZXJ2ZWQNCg== <FONT style="font-size:13px" color="#5B4742" face="Arial"> <div align=center><font face="Verdana" style="font-size:16px;"><B><U>Gallery</U></B></font></div> <div><font face="Tahoma"><BR></font></div> <div align=center><font face="Verdana">Here are a few pictures of some of the instruments I have made. Enjoy!</font></div> </FONT> <div class="wpmd"> <div align=center><font face="Verdana" class="ws12"><B><U>Gallery</U></B></font></div> <div><font face="Tahoma"><BR></font></div> <div align=center><font face="Verdana">Here are a few pictures of some of the instruments I have made. Enjoy!</font></div> </div> LTggMSAzDQotOSAyIDAgMCAyIDAgMQ0KcnZzDQqfAQAADgEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBgtOb3JtYWwgdGV4 dAhGb250TmFtZQYFQXJpYWwFQ29sb3IEW0dCAAABCVN0eWxlTmFtZQYGSnVtcCAxCEZvbnROYW1l BgVBcmlhbAVTdHlsZQsLZnNVbmRlcmxpbmUABUNvbG9yBwZjbEJsdWUESnVtcAkAAQlTdHlsZU5h bWUGB1VuaWNvZGUIRm9udE5hbWUGE0x1Y2lkYSBTYW5zIFVuaWNvZGUHVW5pY29kZQkAAQlTdHls ZU5hbWUGC05vcm1hbCB0ZXh0CFN0YW5kYXJkCAhGb250TmFtZQYGVGFob21hBUNvbG9yBFtHQgAA AQlTdHlsZU5hbWUGC05vcm1hbCB0ZXh0CFN0YW5kYXJkCAhGb250TmFtZQYHVmVyZGFuYQVDb2xv cgRbR0IAAAEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBgtOb3JtYWwgdGV4dAhTdGFuZGFyZAgIRm9udE5hbWUGB1ZlcmRh bmEEU2l6ZQIMBVN0eWxlCwZmc0JvbGQLZnNVbmRlcmxpbmUABUNvbG9yBFtHQgAAAC05IDIgMCAw IDIgMCAyDQpydnMNCgcBAAAOAQlTdHlsZU5hbWUGCkxlZnQgQWxpZ24HT3B0aW9ucwsABFRhYnMO AAABCVN0eWxlTmFtZQYIQ2VudGVyZWQJQWxpZ25tZW50BwlydmFDZW50ZXIHT3B0aW9ucwsABFRh YnMOAAABCVN0eWxlTmFtZQYLUmlnaHQgQWxpZ24JQWxpZ25tZW50BwhydmFSaWdodAdPcHRpb25z CwAEVGFicw4AAAEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBg1Qcm90ZWN0IFRhYmxlB09wdGlvbnMLDXJ2cGFvUmVhZE9u bHkRcnZwYW9TdHlsZVByb3RlY3QVcnZwYW9Eb05vdFdhbnRSZXR1cm5zAARUYWJzDgAAAC05IDIg MCAwIDIgMCA0DQpydnMNCgIAAAAOADUgMSAxIDAgMCAwDQpHYWxsZXJ5DQozIDEgMCAwIDAgMA0K DQo0IDEgMSAwIDAgMA0KSGVyZSBhcmUgYSBmZXcgcGljdHVyZXMgb2Ygc29tZSBvZiB0aGUgaW5z dHJ1bWVudHMgSSBoYXZlIG1hZGUuIEVuam95IQ0K <FONT style="font-size:13px" color="#5B4742" face="Arial"> <div><font face="Tahoma" style="font-size:11px;">© 2008-2013, Dave Fifield - All Rights Reserved</font></div> </FONT> <div class="wpmd"> <div><font face="Tahoma" class="ws8">© 2008-2013, Dave Fifield - All Rights Reserved</font></div> </div> LTggMSAzDQotOSAyIDAgMCAyIDAgMQ0KcnZzDQoEAQAADgEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBgtOb3JtYWwgdGV4 dAhGb250TmFtZQYFQXJpYWwFQ29sb3IEW0dCAAABCVN0eWxlTmFtZQYGSnVtcCAxCEZvbnROYW1l BgVBcmlhbAVTdHlsZQsLZnNVbmRlcmxpbmUABUNvbG9yBwZjbEJsdWUESnVtcAkAAQlTdHlsZU5h bWUGB1VuaWNvZGUIRm9udE5hbWUGE0x1Y2lkYSBTYW5zIFVuaWNvZGUHVW5pY29kZQkAAQlTdHls ZU5hbWUGC05vcm1hbCB0ZXh0CFN0YW5kYXJkCAhGb250TmFtZQYGVGFob21hBFNpemUCCAVDb2xv cgRbR0IAAAAtOSAyIDAgMCAyIDAgMg0KcnZzDQoHAQAADgEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBgpMZWZ0IEFsaWdu B09wdGlvbnMLAARUYWJzDgAAAQlTdHlsZU5hbWUGCENlbnRlcmVkCUFsaWdubWVudAcJcnZhQ2Vu dGVyB09wdGlvbnMLAARUYWJzDgAAAQlTdHlsZU5hbWUGC1JpZ2h0IEFsaWduCUFsaWdubWVudAcI cnZhUmlnaHQHT3B0aW9ucwsABFRhYnMOAAABCVN0eWxlTmFtZQYNUHJvdGVjdCBUYWJsZQdPcHRp b25zCw1ydnBhb1JlYWRPbmx5EXJ2cGFvU3R5bGVQcm90ZWN0FXJ2cGFvRG9Ob3RXYW50UmV0dXJu cwAEVGFicw4AAAAtOSAyIDAgMCAyIDAgNA0KcnZzDQoCAAAADgAzIDEgMCAwIDAgMA0KqSAyMDA4 LTIwMTMsIERhdmUgRmlmaWVsZCAtIEFsbCBSaWdodHMgUmVzZXJ2ZWQNCg== <FONT style="font-size:13px" color="#5B4742" face="Arial"> <div align=center><font face="Verdana" style="font-size:16px;"><B><U>Methods</U></B></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">Over my years of guitar making, I have settled on a set of design and construction features that I like to incorporate in most of my instruments (but it's fine if you want something custom/different - I can usually oblige), as follows:</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">a) Multi-piece neck construction. For efficient use of wood, plus neck strength and long-term stability, and of course, the aesthetics.</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">b) Mark Blanchard dual-action "geared" stainless steel truss rod (except classical guitars, where I don't need one!), usually mounted so it's adjustable from inside the guitar body.</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">c) For steel-stringed acoustic instuments , two carbon fiber rods, either side of the truss rod.</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">d) For classical or other nylon stringed instruments, one carbon fiber rod down the center of the neck (no truss rod).</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">e) Mortise and tenon neck to body joint with a minimalist heel.</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">f) Kevin Ryan laser-cut A4 linings. Kevin kindly granted me a license to make and use his patented design 4-way bendable linings.</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">g) Laser-cut braces with weight relief holes in the appropriate places.</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">h) Triple-top soundboards with minimal or no bracing. I make a sandwich of three layers of soundboard wood with the outer layers being about 0.05" thick and the inner layer about 0.08" thick with a laser-cut honeycomb weight relief (much like you'd find in a double top that uses Nomex). I don't do this on all my instruments, just some. I can do traditional soundboards and bracing too!</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">i) UV cured clear polyester finish (from Cardinal). This stuff is hard, ultra-thin (hardly affects the sound from in-the-white to finished), and polishes to a mirror finish.</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">Much more to come in this section soon!</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">Here are a few panoramic views of my workshop - these were taken some time ago, prior to the addition of my spiral staircase:</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> </FONT> <div class="wpmd"> <div align=center><font face="Verdana" class="ws12"><B><U>Methods</U></B></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">Over my years of guitar making, I have settled on a set of design and construction features that I like to incorporate in most of my instruments (but it's fine if you want something custom/different - I can usually oblige), as follows:</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">a) Multi-piece neck construction. For efficient use of wood, plus neck strength and long-term stability, and of course, the aesthetics.</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">b) Mark Blanchard dual-action "geared" stainless steel truss rod (except classical guitars, where I don't need one!), usually mounted so it's adjustable from inside the guitar body.</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">c) For steel-stringed acoustic instuments , two carbon fiber rods, either side of the truss rod.</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">d) For classical or other nylon stringed instruments, one carbon fiber rod down the center of the neck (no truss rod).</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">e) Mortise and tenon neck to body joint with a minimalist heel.</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">f) Kevin Ryan laser-cut A4 linings. Kevin kindly granted me a license to make and use his patented design 4-way bendable linings.</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">g) Laser-cut braces with weight relief holes in the appropriate places.</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">h) Triple-top soundboards with minimal or no bracing. I make a sandwich of three layers of soundboard wood with the outer layers being about 0.05" thick and the inner layer about 0.08" thick with a laser-cut honeycomb weight relief (much like you'd find in a double top that uses Nomex). I don't do this on all my instruments, just some. I can do traditional soundboards and bracing too!</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">i) UV cured clear polyester finish (from Cardinal). This stuff is hard, ultra-thin (hardly affects the sound from in-the-white to finished), and polishes to a mirror finish.</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">Much more to come in this section soon!</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> <div><font face="Verdana">Here are a few panoramic views of my workshop - these were taken some time ago, prior to the addition of my spiral staircase:</font></div> <div><font face="Verdana"><BR></font></div> </div> LTggMSAzDQotOSAyIDAgMCAyIDAgMQ0KcnZzDQpgAQAADgEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBgtOb3JtYWwgdGV4 dAhGb250TmFtZQYFQXJpYWwFQ29sb3IEW0dCAAABCVN0eWxlTmFtZQYGSnVtcCAxCEZvbnROYW1l BgVBcmlhbAVTdHlsZQsLZnNVbmRlcmxpbmUABUNvbG9yBwZjbEJsdWUESnVtcAkAAQlTdHlsZU5h bWUGB1VuaWNvZGUIRm9udE5hbWUGE0x1Y2lkYSBTYW5zIFVuaWNvZGUHVW5pY29kZQkAAQlTdHls ZU5hbWUGC05vcm1hbCB0ZXh0CFN0YW5kYXJkCAhGb250TmFtZQYHVmVyZGFuYQVDb2xvcgRbR0IA AAEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBgtOb3JtYWwgdGV4dAhTdGFuZGFyZAgIRm9udE5hbWUGB1ZlcmRhbmEEU2l6 ZQIMBVN0eWxlCwZmc0JvbGQLZnNVbmRlcmxpbmUABUNvbG9yBFtHQgAAAC05IDIgMCAwIDIgMCAy DQpydnMNCgcBAAAOAQlTdHlsZU5hbWUGCkxlZnQgQWxpZ24HT3B0aW9ucwsABFRhYnMOAAABCVN0 eWxlTmFtZQYIQ2VudGVyZWQJQWxpZ25tZW50BwlydmFDZW50ZXIHT3B0aW9ucwsABFRhYnMOAAAB CVN0eWxlTmFtZQYLUmlnaHQgQWxpZ24JQWxpZ25tZW50BwhydmFSaWdodAdPcHRpb25zCwAEVGFi cw4AAAEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBg1Qcm90ZWN0IFRhYmxlB09wdGlvbnMLDXJ2cGFvUmVhZE9ubHkRcnZw YW9TdHlsZVByb3RlY3QVcnZwYW9Eb05vdFdhbnRSZXR1cm5zAARUYWJzDgAAAC05IDIgMCAwIDIg MCA0DQpydnMNCgIAAAAOADQgMSAxIDAgMCAwDQpNZXRob2RzDQozIDI1IDAgMCAwIDANCg0KT3Zl ciBteSB5ZWFycyBvZiBndWl0YXIgbWFraW5nLCBJIGhhdmUgc2V0dGxlZCBvbiBhIHNldCBvZiBk ZXNpZ24gYW5kIGNvbnN0cnVjdGlvbiBmZWF0dXJlcyB0aGF0IEkgbGlrZSB0byBpbmNvcnBvcmF0 ZSBpbiBtb3N0IG9mIG15IGluc3RydW1lbnRzIChidXQgaXQncyBmaW5lIGlmIHlvdSB3YW50IHNv bWV0aGluZyBjdXN0b20vZGlmZmVyZW50IC0gSSBjYW4gdXN1YWxseSBvYmxpZ2UpLCBhcyBmb2xs b3dzOg0KDQphKSBNdWx0aS1waWVjZSBuZWNrIGNvbnN0cnVjdGlvbi4gRm9yIGVmZmljaWVudCB1 c2Ugb2Ygd29vZCwgcGx1cyBuZWNrIHN0cmVuZ3RoIGFuZCBsb25nLXRlcm0gc3RhYmlsaXR5LCBh bmQgb2YgY291cnNlLCB0aGUgYWVzdGhldGljcy4NCg0KYikgTWFyayBCbGFuY2hhcmQgZHVhbC1h Y3Rpb24gImdlYXJlZCIgc3RhaW5sZXNzIHN0ZWVsIHRydXNzIHJvZCAoZXhjZXB0IGNsYXNzaWNh bCBndWl0YXJzLCB3aGVyZSBJIGRvbid0IG5lZWQgb25lISksIHVzdWFsbHkgbW91bnRlZCBzbyBp dCdzIGFkanVzdGFibGUgZnJvbSBpbnNpZGUgdGhlIGd1aXRhciBib2R5Lg0KDQpjKSBGb3Igc3Rl ZWwtc3RyaW5nZWQgYWNvdXN0aWMgaW5zdHVtZW50cyAsIHR3byBjYXJib24gZmliZXIgcm9kcywg ZWl0aGVyIHNpZGUgb2YgdGhlIHRydXNzIHJvZC4NCg0KZCkgRm9yIGNsYXNzaWNhbCBvciBvdGhl ciBueWxvbiBzdHJpbmdlZCBpbnN0cnVtZW50cywgb25lIGNhcmJvbiBmaWJlciByb2QgZG93biB0 aGUgY2VudGVyIG9mIHRoZSBuZWNrIChubyB0cnVzcyByb2QpLg0KDQplKSBNb3J0aXNlIGFuZCB0 ZW5vbiBuZWNrIHRvIGJvZHkgam9pbnQgd2l0aCBhIG1pbmltYWxpc3QgaGVlbC4NCg0KZikgS2V2 aW4gUnlhbiBsYXNlci1jdXQgQTQgbGluaW5ncy4gS2V2aW4ga2luZGx5IGdyYW50ZWQgbWUgYSBs aWNlbnNlIHRvIG1ha2UgYW5kIHVzZSBoaXMgcGF0ZW50ZWQgZGVzaWduIDQtd2F5IGJlbmRhYmxl IGxpbmluZ3MuDQoNCmcpIExhc2VyLWN1dCBicmFjZXMgd2l0aCB3ZWlnaHQgcmVsaWVmIGhvbGVz IGluIHRoZSBhcHByb3ByaWF0ZSBwbGFjZXMuDQoNCmgpIFRyaXBsZS10b3Agc291bmRib2FyZHMg d2l0aCBtaW5pbWFsIG9yIG5vIGJyYWNpbmcuIEkgbWFrZSBhIHNhbmR3aWNoIG9mIHRocmVlIGxh eWVycyBvZiBzb3VuZGJvYXJkIHdvb2Qgd2l0aCB0aGUgb3V0ZXIgbGF5ZXJzIGJlaW5nIGFib3V0 IDAuMDUiIHRoaWNrIGFuZCB0aGUgaW5uZXIgbGF5ZXIgYWJvdXQgMC4wOCIgdGhpY2sgd2l0aCBh IGxhc2VyLWN1dCBob25leWNvbWIgd2VpZ2h0IHJlbGllZiAobXVjaCBsaWtlIHlvdSdkIGZpbmQg aW4gYSBkb3VibGUgdG9wIHRoYXQgdXNlcyBOb21leCkuIEkgZG9uJ3QgZG8gdGhpcyBvbiBhbGwg bXkgaW5zdHJ1bWVudHMsIGp1c3Qgc29tZS4gSSBjYW4gZG8gdHJhZGl0aW9uYWwgc291bmRib2Fy ZHMgYW5kIGJyYWNpbmcgdG9vIQ0KDQppKSBVViBjdXJlZCBjbGVhciBwb2x5ZXN0ZXIgZmluaXNo IChmcm9tIENhcmRpbmFsKS4gVGhpcyBzdHVmZiBpcyBoYXJkLCB1bHRyYS10aGluIChoYXJkbHkg YWZmZWN0cyB0aGUgc291bmQgZnJvbSBpbi10aGUtd2hpdGUgdG8gZmluaXNoZWQpLCBhbmQgcG9s aXNoZXMgdG8gYSBtaXJyb3IgZmluaXNoLg0KDQpNdWNoIG1vcmUgdG8gY29tZSBpbiB0aGlzIHNl Y3Rpb24gc29vbiENCg0KSGVyZSBhcmUgYSBmZXcgcGFub3JhbWljIHZpZXdzIG9mIG15IHdvcmtz aG9wIC0gdGhlc2Ugd2VyZSB0YWtlbiBzb21lIHRpbWUgYWdvLCBwcmlvciB0byB0aGUgYWRkaXRp b24gb2YgbXkgc3BpcmFsIHN0YWlyY2FzZToNCg0K <FONT style="font-size:13px" color="#5B4742" face="Arial"> <div><font face="Tahoma" style="font-size:11px;">© 2008-2013, Dave Fifield - All Rights Reserved</font></div> </FONT> <div class="wpmd"> <div><font face="Tahoma" class="ws8">© 2008-2013, Dave Fifield - All Rights Reserved</font></div> </div> LTggMSAzDQotOSAyIDAgMCAyIDAgMQ0KcnZzDQoEAQAADgEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBgtOb3JtYWwgdGV4 dAhGb250TmFtZQYFQXJpYWwFQ29sb3IEW0dCAAABCVN0eWxlTmFtZQYGSnVtcCAxCEZvbnROYW1l BgVBcmlhbAVTdHlsZQsLZnNVbmRlcmxpbmUABUNvbG9yBwZjbEJsdWUESnVtcAkAAQlTdHlsZU5h bWUGB1VuaWNvZGUIRm9udE5hbWUGE0x1Y2lkYSBTYW5zIFVuaWNvZGUHVW5pY29kZQkAAQlTdHls ZU5hbWUGC05vcm1hbCB0ZXh0CFN0YW5kYXJkCAhGb250TmFtZQYGVGFob21hBFNpemUCCAVDb2xv cgRbR0IAAAAtOSAyIDAgMCAyIDAgMg0KcnZzDQoHAQAADgEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBgpMZWZ0IEFsaWdu B09wdGlvbnMLAARUYWJzDgAAAQlTdHlsZU5hbWUGCENlbnRlcmVkCUFsaWdubWVudAcJcnZhQ2Vu dGVyB09wdGlvbnMLAARUYWJzDgAAAQlTdHlsZU5hbWUGC1JpZ2h0IEFsaWduCUFsaWdubWVudAcI cnZhUmlnaHQHT3B0aW9ucwsABFRhYnMOAAABCVN0eWxlTmFtZQYNUHJvdGVjdCBUYWJsZQdPcHRp b25zCw1ydnBhb1JlYWRPbmx5EXJ2cGFvU3R5bGVQcm90ZWN0FXJ2cGFvRG9Ob3RXYW50UmV0dXJu cwAEVGFicw4AAAAtOSAyIDAgMCAyIDAgNA0KcnZzDQoCAAAADgAzIDEgMCAwIDAgMA0KqSAyMDA4 LTIwMTMsIERhdmUgRmlmaWVsZCAtIEFsbCBSaWdodHMgUmVzZXJ2ZWQNCg== <FONT style="font-size:13px" color="#5B4742" face="Arial"> <div><font face="Tahoma" style="font-size:11px;">© 2008-2013, Dave Fifield - All Rights Reserved</font></div> </FONT> <div class="wpmd"> <div><font face="Tahoma" class="ws8">© 2008-2013, Dave Fifield - All Rights Reserved</font></div> </div> LTggMSAzDQotOSAyIDAgMCAyIDAgMQ0KcnZzDQoEAQAADgEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBgtOb3JtYWwgdGV4 dAhGb250TmFtZQYFQXJpYWwFQ29sb3IEW0dCAAABCVN0eWxlTmFtZQYGSnVtcCAxCEZvbnROYW1l BgVBcmlhbAVTdHlsZQsLZnNVbmRlcmxpbmUABUNvbG9yBwZjbEJsdWUESnVtcAkAAQlTdHlsZU5h bWUGB1VuaWNvZGUIRm9udE5hbWUGE0x1Y2lkYSBTYW5zIFVuaWNvZGUHVW5pY29kZQkAAQlTdHls ZU5hbWUGC05vcm1hbCB0ZXh0CFN0YW5kYXJkCAhGb250TmFtZQYGVGFob21hBFNpemUCCAVDb2xv cgRbR0IAAAAtOSAyIDAgMCAyIDAgMg0KcnZzDQoHAQAADgEJU3R5bGVOYW1lBgpMZWZ0IEFsaWdu B09wdGlvbnMLAARUYWJzDgAAAQlTdHlsZU5hbWUGCENlbnRlcmVkCUFsaWdubWVudAcJcnZhQ2Vu dGVyB09wdGlvbnMLAARUYWJzDgAAAQlTdHlsZU5hbWUGC1JpZ2h0IEFsaWduCUFsaWdubWVudAcI cnZhUmlnaHQHT3B0aW9ucwsABFRhYnMOAAABCVN0eWxlTmFtZQYNUHJvdGVjdCBUYWJsZQdPcHRp b25zCw1ydnBhb1JlYWRPbmx5EXJ2cGFvU3R5bGVQcm90ZWN0FXJ2cGFvRG9Ob3RXYW50UmV0dXJu cwAEVGFicw4AAAAtOSAyIDAgMCAyIDAgNA0KcnZzDQoCAAAADgAzIDEgMCAwIDAgMA0KqSAyMDA4 LTIwMTMsIERhdmUgRmlmaWVsZCAtIEFsbCBSaWdodHMgUmVzZXJ2ZWQNCg==