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Siclestix

Member Since: 09/2018

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  1. Comment Reply: 11 days ago
    PRS style guitar : Siclestix
    Thank you, but I'm seriously running out of room lol.
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    • Awesome! Great to see you're still building these. Love that green color too.
      By RYOBI Nation, on June 7, 2019
      • Thank you, but I'm seriously running out of room lol.
        By Siclestix, on June 7, 2019
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  3. Comment Reply: 2 months ago
    Popsicle stick guitar. : Siclestix
    Thank you Rob.
  4. Comment Reply: 3 months ago
    Guitar amplifier : Siclestix
    I appreciate that, it was more boredom than anything else. I'm going to install a 10" speaker instead of the three 4".
  5. Comment Reply: 3 months ago
    Guitar amplifier : Siclestix
    Thank you James. I really enjoyed this one and for the most part pretty easy. As I mentioned before I need to take the grill off and trip it up a bit but I'm happy with it and it sounds great.
  6. Comment: 3 months ago
    Guitar amplifier
    Thank you. I still need to a bit of trim work on the grill. Amazing how mistakes don't show up until you see the pictures...
    By Siclestix
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    • Thank you. I still need to a bit of trim work on the grill. Amazing how mistakes don't show up until you see the pictures...
      By Siclestix, on March 22, 2019

    • Cool project!
      By james_harris86, on March 23, 2019
      • Thank you James. I really enjoyed this one and for the most part pretty easy. As I mentioned before I need to take the grill off and trip it up a bit but I'm happy with it and it sounds great.
        By Siclestix, on March 23, 2019
      • I think it’s a neat idea to use an unconventional amp like a Micro Cube to place it in an enclosure like that. Very neat idea!
        By james_harris86, on March 26, 2019
      • I appreciate that, it was more boredom than anything else. I'm going to install a 10" speaker instead of the three 4".
        By Siclestix, on March 28, 2019
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  8. Comment Reply: 3 months ago
    Popsicle stick guitar. : Siclestix
    Absolutely. The Stratocaster popsicle guitar is actually my favorite out of the 18 guitars that I have. Thank you for your kind comment.
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    • Beautiful! Do you play these?
      By RYOBI Nation, on March 19, 2019
      • Absolutely. The Stratocaster popsicle guitar is actually my favorite out of the 18 guitars that I have. Thank you for your kind comment.
        By Siclestix, on March 19, 2019 (edited)

    • Mind blowing as always!
      By Robzbrz1992, on April 4, 2019
      • Thank you Rob.
        By Siclestix, on April 5, 2019
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  10. Comment: 4 months ago
    Cigar Box Guitar
    Now your talking. I build guitars and always enjoy looking at the guitars folks build. Nice job.
    By Siclestix
  11. Comment Reply: 4 months ago
    Personal wood box : Siclestix
    Thank you very much and my wife thanks you....
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    • Precious! Both the box and the poem are beautiful. You are wonderful gifts to each other!
      By RYOBI Nation, on February 19, 2019
      • Thank you very much and my wife thanks you....
        By Siclestix, on February 19, 2019
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  13. Comment: 4 months ago
    The Work Bench
    Great idea. I've been eyeballing the same workbench from Harbor Freight and this is a cool modification.
    By Siclestix
  14. Comment: 4 months ago
    RED CEDAR TOY CHEST
    Absolutely beautiful. Great job.
    By Siclestix
  15. Comment: 4 months ago
    Stratocaster
    Thank you RH. Other than my Router I use a belt sander, and lots of elbow grease.
    By Siclestix
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    • Whoa! That is incredible! We love seeing your guitars. How do you create the curved shapes?
      By RYOBI Nation, on February 14, 2019

    • Thank you RH. Other than my Router I use a belt sander, and lots of elbow grease.
      By Siclestix, on February 14, 2019
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  17. Comment: 4 months ago
    3D Sign
    Fun project, nice job.
    By Siclestix
  18. Comment Reply: 4 months ago
    Bass Guitar : Siclestix
    Thank you LadyTee, I appreciate it.
  19. Comment: 4 months ago
    Hairpin display table
    Nice job. Kind of has that 70s vibe and I like it.
    By Siclestix
  20. Comment: 4 months ago
    Pine Bookcase
    Looks good, nice work.
    By Siclestix
  21. Comment Reply: 4 months ago
    Bass Guitar : Siclestix
    Thank  you hellboun, I appreciate the comment.
  22. Comment Reply: 4 months ago
    Bass Guitar : Siclestix
    Thank you Rob. I have 16 guitars in several different styles and believe it or not the popsicle stick guitar's are my favorite guitars. They sound fantastic and the sustain "the length the note rings out" is by are the best. I am more than happy with them and each one I build seems the quality gets better.
  23. Comment: 4 months ago
    Wooden coat/bookbag holder
    Looks good, nice job.
    By Siclestix
  24. Comment Reply: 4 months ago
    Bass Guitar : Siclestix
    Thank you RN, but if the truth be known they are happy I stay in my shop. LOL
  25. Comment: 4 months ago
    My mobile work bench
    Nice job Chucky, looks great..
    By Siclestix
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    • Awesome job! We love how you make so many projects for your family. They're lucky to have your DIY skills!
      By RYOBI Nation, on February 5, 2019
      • Thank you RN, but if the truth be known they are happy I stay in my shop. LOL
        By Siclestix, on February 5, 2019
      • LOL! We know the feeling!
        By RYOBI Nation, on February 8, 2019

    • These guitars keep blowing me away.  They come out so good.  I bet they sound as good as they look.  
      By Robzbrz1992, on February 6, 2019
      • Thank you Rob. I have 16 guitars in several different styles and believe it or not the popsicle stick guitar's are my favorite guitars. They sound fantastic and the sustain "the length the note rings out" is by are the best. I am more than happy with them and each one I build seems the quality gets better.
        By Siclestix, on February 6, 2019

    • Look dam good 
      By hellboun, on February 8, 2019
      • Thank  you hellboun, I appreciate the comment.
        By Siclestix, on February 8, 2019

    • Awesome!
      By LadyTee*17, on February 8, 2019
      • Thank you LadyTee, I appreciate it.
        By Siclestix, on February 8, 2019
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  27. Comment: 4 months ago
    Tv storage cabinet
    Great job.
    By Siclestix
  28. Comment: 4 months ago
    Coffee Stand
    Love this, nice job.
    By Siclestix
  29. Comment: 4 months ago
    Escape room
    My kind of hang out. Very cool.
    By Siclestix
  30. Comment: 5 months ago
    Workbench
    I love projects made from scrap wood or discarded furniture. Nice job.
    By Siclestix
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