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Beautiful.......
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Can't wait to hear it!! Looks insanely good!! Just a tad excited. Thanks Noble for accommodating my requests with no hassles.

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Beautiful.......
My thought exactly ...
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Can't wait to hear it!! Looks insanely good!! Just a tad excited. Thanks Noble for accommodating my requests with no hassles.

Glad you like, it has been a pleasure working with and serving YOU! :beerchug: 

Brannan Mason

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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Beautiful! Wow this is first of its kind. How do you guys draw the bear on it.

 

Here is Rico Swuave, and he prefers a chissel, and some type of hitting tool... rock, wrench....   makes no difference to him.

 

 

Dr. John Moulton

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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Here is Rico Swuave, and he prefers a chissel, and some type of hitting tool... rock, wrench....   makes no difference to him.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

Wow, wow, wow.... as someone who used to be a high-class cabinetmaker, I can thoroughly appreciate the skill on display in that video!

 

Carving is not a part of my skillset but I sure wish I could carve high-relief masterpieces like that! Stunning...

 

 

Thanks for sharing!

 

 

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Wow, wow, wow.... as someone who used to be a high-class cabinetmaker, I can really appreciate the skill on display in that video!

 

Carving is not part of my skillset but I sure wish I could carve high-relief masterpieces like that! Stunning...

 

 

Yes, Rico is a tallented fella, hasn't reallly developed a desire to wear clothes though....  but we insist on pants.... (got to have standards)

Dr. John Moulton

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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Yes, Rico is a tallented fella, hasn't reallly developed a desire to wear clothes though....  but we insist on pants.... (got to have standards)

 

We were forced to wear strong boots, too, to avoid any hospital visits if a chisel fell off the workbench, onto our feet!

 

Not such an issue in a CIEM workshop, presumably :normal_smile :

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Thanks for that - does anybody from Noble care to add their 2 cents?

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Your wish is my command...





You should be honored to have these. K10 serial number 001, my set, was the first where this design of smoked eucalyptus over the floating silver cloud was used. They took that stuffing design and etched a bear in gold into it. Absolutely incredible.

I will forever be honored to bear and wear the first pair, and you will be proud to wear the bear pair.

Wizard, you have pushed the envelope so far since the first set, it has been a pleasure to watch. When you find a way to top the K10, if it is even possible, I will order a pair and let you go wild.
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When you find a way to top the K10

 

 

That 'bear-ly' seems possible! :ph34r:

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I heard nothing but good from the kaiser 10's looks like I'm going for them over the Roxanne's
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You should be honored to have these. K10 serial number 001, my set, was the first where this design of smoked eucalyptus over the floating silver cloud was used. They took that stuffing design and etched a bear in gold into it. Absolutely incredible.

I will forever be honored to bear and wear the first pair, and you will be proud to wear the bear pair.

Wizard, you have pushed the envelope so far since the first set, it has been a pleasure to watch. When you find a way to top the K10, if it is even possible, I will order a pair and let you go wild.

 

Yours were my inspiration! Loved them, just wanted to add a personal touch. Very very happy and cannot wait for my favorite part, sitting down for hours and rediscovering all my music :dt880smile: A great wedding present.

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Yours were my inspiration! Loved them, just wanted to add a personal touch. Very very happy and cannot wait for my favorite part, sitting down for hours and rediscovering all my music dt880smile.png A great wedding present.
You can listen to these for hours and hours. The detail just draws you in. It can be peaceful and meditative or completely energetic or just plain entrancing dancing from track to track looking for just one more section of one more song to reveal its innermost secrets to you.
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Thanks for that - does anybody from Noble care to add their 2 cents?

 

Really not much to be said... I think it is all important, follow the impressions instructions and you should be fine.

 

http://nobleaudio.com/support/impressions-instructions/

Brannan Mason

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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