Guitars Etc. The neck heel of the Wiens Auditorium guitar The Wiens Auditorium guitar. Indian Rosewood with Engelmann top The first WIens concert 12-string. This one got scribbled on by WIllie Nelson later on. !2-string peghead. The first Wiens Parlor guitar. Mahogany with rosewood binding. 1999 Cross-grain laminated soundhole reinforcement was what I was into back then This one goes to 11. One of my favorite shots of the mahogany Parlor The one & only Wiens 5-string fretless acoustic bass.1999 Nice angled Bass shot. 5-string fretless acoustic bass down the fingerboard. . Fretless 5-string bass Ebony tail graft. Highlander pickup jack. 5 string bass. ebony Peghead veneer with a bubinga logo. Ebony strap-pins serve as bridge pins. The string set was pieced together from stand up bass strings. Ebony binding frames the cutaway on the Fretless Bass. This shot shows the 4 distinct sizes of Wiens guitars. 1999 Wiens Fretless 5-string bass,Concert 12-string, Rosewood Auditorium, and mahogany Parlor guitar. 1999 One of my first 3 dreadnought guitars. This is #2. 1997 The back of #2 Sitka top of #2 darkening nicely Fine Herringbone on the darkening Sitka Spruce Soundboard of #2 Indian Rosewood back & sides with zipper backstrip I didn’t do peghead logos on my first 3 guitars 5-string fretless banjo. Built for a local friend. 1997 My first attempt at MOP inlay on the Fretless banjo. Got a bit carried away. Ebony Rim-stick with ivory nameplate. Tried my hand at carving the heel also. 1997 My first Commissioned instrument. A neck-through body 5-string bass guitar. 1996 the 5 string back. tortoise cover plate.