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Sorry I haven't posted back in a while, at this point I'm going to call this project finished. This guitar has become my go to guitar when I want...
Severely chambered solid body with a 3" by 3/4" block under the bridge where the bridge mounting screws go in.
Here is a side view compared to one of my stock thickness Tele's[ATTACH]
Yes the top and back are maple and the center section is poplar, I think it is the lightest one I have built so far.
I was getting anxious to finish it so I went with a quick Walnut Danish Oil, this stuff is very forgiving and easy to apply, I think the color...
Yes there is a center block that is about 3/4" wide, at first I was going to drill all the way through and use string ferrules but i got lazy and...
well the suspense was killing me so I bolted it together and threw some strings on to hear what it sounded like. It had about a 1/4 of the volume...
Well it has a back on now and kinda resembles a Tele.
I finally got a chance to get some frets installed [ATTACH]
-38F up here in Canada right now, too cold to be working in the wood shop tonight.
I think I have a piezo set up kicking around, now you have me rethinking my plan.
I was feeling inspired by the new Acoustasonic that Fender has released so I decided to whip up a homebrew version of my own. Here is my build so...
Ya I figure I probably only have to buy it once, should last me years.[ATTACH]
Adding some side dots tonight
I decided to go with black binding on a white body.
If I recall correctly it was about 3 degrees
I like using heel adjustable truss rods, especially on a thin neck. I machined a groove to allow my Allen wrench enough clearance.[ATTACH]
So I have decided to go with a tune o matic (mostly because I had one laying around and didn't want to but a wrap around) I managed to get the...
Checking my fretboard for straightness before pressing in frets.
Soggybag for the win, what made you think Jr?
I just weighed it, 5 pounds and 11 ounces, not overly heavy.
So I was cleaning up my shop and was about to throw out a pail of maple cut offs. Now being the COB that I am I couldn't do it and decided to glue...
So after successfully building a champ and a tweed deluxe I decided to build a Bassman 5F6A head. I love the simplicity of the tweed amps and I...
problem solved, I reversed the leads like you said and we have sound. I can't wait to get a cabinet built for this little sucker.
I looked at your post Wally then I read it again and realized I was trying to read the voltage with my ground probe connected to chassis ground (...