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    Delbert Ealy Gyuto - A Salty Dog Review


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    As always nice video.

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    Awesome review Salty, not to mention your editing skills are improving with every video.

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    Thanks for the video Salty, I am glad you are pleased with the knife. I can't believe how much detail you got in panning the camera down the blade, I felt like I was holding the knife and looking at it in person.
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    Nice review Salty- your camera cannot keep up with you!

    Looks really nice Del, I hope to see one in my rack one day.

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    Speaking of Salty,

    Has anyone heard from him lately? I've tried emailing him a couple of times but his email address (salty@saltyskitchen.com) seems to be broken. Delbert, your knives are awesome, I hope to one day be able to afford a custom from you.

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    Very nice work Del! You Rock

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    What a fantastic blade. I would really like to build a knife with your steel after I get a LOT more experience under my belt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stereo.pete View Post
    Speaking of Salty,

    Has anyone heard from him lately? I've tried emailing him a couple of times but his email address (salty@saltyskitchen.com) seems to be broken. Delbert, your knives are awesome, I hope to one day be able to afford a custom from you.

    Salty's battling his inner socioeconomic demons, so he took all his vids down and sorta hid out for a few days. He's seen on Kitchen and Knife sometimes(a good forum community-wise, but I find the interface a bit off putting), and he has his own blog and set up a site called Chefs Knife or something like that to attempt to unify the kitchen knife nut diaspora. Wish he'd come on down to KKF, the water is fine!

    Delbert, that knife sure is a looker! Wonderful pattern.

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    Wow! You couldn't get a better endorsement than that. Congrats Del!

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