There are always three ways; your way, their way, MY WAY. Things will go a lot easier for you if we just do it my way in the first place.
Those are some nice looking bikes there. Y'all have fun riding them. Maybe I can join you one of these days.
Anyone have an idea on where to find a small and cheap used anvil?I know, an odd request. But still, any ideas are welcome.
I've heard of using a chunk of old rail for an anvil. I'd check the scrap metal dealer for something that might work.
Craigslist, flea markets. Accept no substitue for a good american, german, or swedish made anvil.And a piece of old rail won't do.
That was me.
What I want to do is beat broken pieces of a cymbal into guitar picks.Would an anvil be the best bet for that, you think? And what sort of hammer? I'm just wanting to beat the brass thinner. I'm thinking a Dremel cutting disc and polish wheel for shaping and finishing.Thoughts?
Borrow JACIII's new press.
Or you could just go here, alot cheaper than an anvil.http://www.amazon.com/Ice-Pix-Brass-Guitar-Picks/dp/B0002GLC9A/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=musical-instruments&qid=1287602697&sr=8-1
Gust was me
You are the blacksmith.
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