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Pictures From The Studio

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Jim Wood's Pinewood Studios, located in Shelbyville, Tennessee

 

Chris plays a Mahogany CB AuditoriOM

 

Chris plays a Mahogany CB Herringbone

 

Chris with a Cocobolo CB Model J

 

Chris plays a Curly Maple CB Special

 

Chris plays a Cocobolo CB Super

 

Chris plays a 1934 Gibson L-00

 

Chris plays a 1939 Gibson J-35

 

Chris plays a 1950 Martin D-18

 

Chris plays a 1950 Martin D-28

 

Gene Bush plays a Walnut CB-ROM

 

Gene Bush plays a Cocobolo CB Model J

 

Gene Bush plays a Curly Maple CB Special

 

Gene Bush plays a 1928 Dobro while engineer John Furbush sets the microphones

 

Gene Bush plays a 1934 Gibson L-00

 

James E. Wood plays a Walnut CB-ROM

 

James E. Wood plays a Brazilian Rosewood CB Model J

 

James E. Wood plays a Cocobolo CB Model J

 

James E. Wood plays a Mahogany CB Model J

 

James E. Wood plays a Curly Maple CB Special

 

James E. Wood plays a 1928 Dobro

 

James E. Wood plays a 1934 Gibson L-00

 

James E. Wood plays a 1939 Gibson J-35

 

Jim Wood plays a Brazilian Rosewood CB Model J

 

Jim Wood plays a Mahogany CB Model J

 

Engineer John Furbush

 

Engineer John Furbush and Jim Wood

 

Boge Quinn with his Cocobolo CB Model J and his Cocobolo CB Super

 

Chris with his Brazilian Rosewood CB Herringbone and Bonita Quinn's Curly Maple CB Special

 

Gene Bush with a Mahogany CB AuditoriOM and his Mahogany CB Model J

 

Inge Wood with Jim Wood's Mahogany CB Herringbone and her Mahogany CB AuditoriOM

 

James E. Wood with his Mahogany CB Herringbone and his Walnut CB-ROM

 

Left to right: Chris with his Brazilian Rosewood CB Herringbone and Jim Wood with his Chinese-made orchestral double bass

 

Left to right: Curly Maple CB Special; Mahogany CB AuditoriOM; Brazilian Rosewood CB Herringbone; Cocobolo CB Model J; Mahogany CB AuditoriOM; Mahogany CB Model J; Curly Maple CB Rosine banjo; Brazilian Rosewood CB Model J

 

Left to right: Mahogany CB AuditoriOM; Mahogany CB Model J; Curly Maple CB Rosine banjo; Brazilian Rosewood CB Model J; Mahogany CB Herringbone; Walnut CB-ROM

 

Composite picture of all the CB instruments used in the studio (left to right): Curly Maple CB Special; Mahogany CB AuditoriOM; Brazilian Rosewood CB Herringbone; Cocobolo CB Model J; Mahogany CB AuditoriOM; Mahogany CB Model J; Curly Maple CB Rosine banjo; Brazilian Rosewood CB Model J; Mahogany CB Herringbone; Walnut CB-ROM; Mahogany CB Herringbone; Cocobolo CB Super

 

Composite picture of all the CB instruments used in the studio, back view (left to right): Curly Maple CB Special; Mahogany CB AuditoriOM; Brazilian Rosewood CB Herringbone; Cocobolo CB Model J; Mahogany CB AuditoriOM; Mahogany CB Model J; Curly Maple CB Rosine banjo; Brazilian Rosewood CB Model J; Mahogany CB Herringbone; Walnut CB-ROM; Mahogany CB Herringbone; Cocobolo CB Super

 

The sun sets over the beautiful countryside outside Pinewood Studios at the end of a long day filled with friendship, music and fine CB instruments. The sessions were very educational for all involved, as this was the first time to our knowledge that such a project had been undertaken.

We hope that these pages have enlightened you and will prove to be an aid in deciding which CB instrument is right for you!

 

 

Last modified: April 24, 2008

 

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