Turning Archive 2007
>I thought that it might be attractive to not only expose the top of the segment ring but to make the join to the solid bottom piece beneath the curve. Boy was I wrong. 1. It makes the curve at the join look discontinuous rather than smooth. 2. It makes the piece look very top heavy. 3. It just looks unnatural to me (it reminds me of an acorn). You can bet I won't try this again - especially with Bolivian Rosewood and Zebrawood. If I had kept the join above the curve I think it would have been a decent piece. My screwup relagated it to a throwaway. I apologize to the trees involved. My BAD!