I've been seeing these Vaughncraft solid steam bent shells all over Ebay and was wondering if anyone has built one. They are piquing my interest to say the least.
I hesitated to say they sounded "better" because we're talking apples and oranges;Caddy,
Different than Kellers in what respect(s)?
Would it be fair to say that, in your highly regarded opinion, the Vaughncrafts sounded better than Keller?
The use of solid wood term in woodworking is use in application of non plywood item.There are also two schools of thought on the term "solid." some call anything that is not ply, solid, and some only refer to a shell that is turned from a solid piece of wood, and has not seam at all solid. Some do not consider Steambent solid since two ends of the same piece of wood are joined together.