Wow, this topic is a good thing caus' I feel no longer alone to be crazy
Keeping my eyes peeled on B/S/T for a Simpson Wee Scot....gets good reviews on this forum...been wanting to give it a spin since.
Waiting on Bog Oak two band delivery
and B&B LE Edition RV
AnotherRV...lost in mail
I'm planning on getting an Omega with pigs' bristle. See how that compares to the soft badger one I have.
Simpson 56 or 57.
Ordering a custom Shavemac just deciding what size loft and knot. Could use a little help
-Joe. "I have two guns, one for each of ya"
I'm deciding between a Franks Shaving synthetic (to have one brush of each hair type) or a Wee Scott, because...well because it's a Wee Scott!
My brushes showed up and are in fact Simpson GFT brushes. I emailed Simpsona and they verify that they are Somerset era brushes. I just need to get boxes for them. They appear to never have been wet and are the real deal. Can't bring myself to get them wet yet. Might have to do some research on how to re-hydrate them, so as not to damage them. Here is how they looked when they showed up.
I didn't surrender, they made my horse surrender though. Walter Havens, proud member of the Brotherhood of the Open Comb Bringer of the Badger. "it's my job"
I am looking closely at the Muhle synthetics
Fad has vanished but shave will be great forever. Thanks to lessons learned at B&B !
My next brush is finally a Rooney stubby heritage 1XL from our b/s/t, hope it provides me a good feeling in face lather cos' I was looking for it for a long time !
I am not wise. If I thought I was, I wouldn't learn anything.
Bullgoose Vie-Long Beehive horse hair.
Only one more brush I'm looking for and that's a Shavemac D01 2B fan shaped between 18 and 20 mm. I recently bought a Shavemac 166 silvertip in 20mm (same as the 177 but different handle) and although it's a really great brush it's a little bit to soft for me.