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  1. Fellow Forum Memnbers, in another thread i mentioned my long-term project of refurbishing a pair of Heresy Es; this one is more of short term project. A few months ago i got my pair KG1.5 back from my sister. They are the first speakers i bought from my own money, back in ´94. in 2001 they were replaced by RF3s and my sister got, moveed with them to France, came back and soon they went to a garage. Now i got them back because She does not have the space to keep them (having moved again.). Now i use them as my computer speakers, hoked them up to Yamaha A-S201, and they still play just as great as they did the first time i heard them! But all this moving and finaly storage in a garage have not been kind on the cabinets. The´re scratched and in places the paint chiped off the wood. So i started to strip them, i plan to just oil and wax them. I know, as far as natural wood goes, these came in oak and walnut. Maybe there´s someone here who, from the attached pictures, can tell me what kind of verneer this is? Stay healthy, Andre
  2. I have a subwoofer that i had built and then I veneered in walnut. Im wondering what stain to use to get it to match my 70s belles. The bells seem very warm and orange and the tests I've done on scraps of veneer don't even get close to the warmth.
  3. I have a pair of Cornwall II's in great condition- raw birch. I just purchased a set of risers from Crites for them and installed just to see how they would look. As I suspected, they look awesome. However, the risers are white pine and my Cornwalls are birch. Anyone have a suggestion as to the color of stain or type of stain or oil I could use on the risers to match the Cornwalls? I looked around on the forum and found nothing. Many topics about refinishing or staining, but nothing in rgerads to what I am looking for. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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