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#1 posted 10-18-2012 08:24 PM

The first part doesn’t have to use black dye. It could be a dark blue dye, followed by a light blue dye. Regardless, there’s still a light blue tone to the parts you’re describing as white or cream.

I guess it goes without saying that you need a very heavily flamed piece of maple to make this look like the piece you’re trying to emulate.

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