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Discussion in 'Tele Home Depot' started by Scatter Lee, Jan 21, 2010.
lemon oil on a yellow guitar
while the last jr is drying thru it's final coats of lacquer i pulled this V out of moth balls and stained it , going to try to make the flame pop a little on the neck and body
i would usually spray a nice smooth top coat and be done but with this one i decided to block sand and hand polish, it took about all day but it's coming out nice, i should be done with this one in a few days, just need to put it together and get it ready to ship
hand polished, check out that shine
looks great Scatter. Yeah, a hand rubbed finish is a lot of work...but worth it. Here is one of my hand rubbed finishes. Excuse the wake and wear hair....
and more, though the pics aren't as impressive....
these last 3 have only 5 to 6 coats of laquer each. Nice thin shiny coats, just not the depth like I got on the black body with many coats.
This is an explorer I refinished
so...yup hand rubbed finishes are worth the effort...
Hand rubbed finishes seem to attract 'gators. Do you feed that little guy? Looks like he's waitin' for a snack. Probably a bad idea to start feedin' 'em though.
Scatter Lee, I have a couple of quick questions for you. First, how deep do you route the pocket for a P90 pickup and second what value pots do you use with P90s?
with the p90's i use which are from budz i can get away with 1/4" for the main part and 3/4" for the deeper part, i use 1/2" and 3/4" just to make sure, i dont know how close the pickups are to original gibson p90's, not sure what the original depths are
i use 500 volume and 250 tone with a .022 cap
it eats my bobbers now and then
love the explorer, one of those is on my build list
If you had dropped it, would you have gone in after it?
that's for the dogear cover anyway, soapbar might be different
Great looking build, thanks for sharing it with us! Oh, on that drill/hair thing, believe it or not thats not the first time I've seen that. When I worked in a metal shop, my buddy was drilling something, he's a skinny biker dude with this huge zig-zag man beard. Yup, sucked his beard right into the vents of the drill. Once I gained control of myself and got off the floor laughing, he was screaming for me to cut it out before the boss saw it. I pulled out the buck knife and cut it out without taking any face off. I don't reckon it hasn't happened to lots of people. Far better than the hair caught in a running driveline under a car, but we won't go there, to gory... Great job though, those look fantastic.
yeah my hair is now always under my hat
wrappin up this last one, got some truss cover screws in today and finished up a truss cover, made it from bakelite
getting ready to string it up but thought i better oil up the fretboard, what a difference
should have it playable tomorrow
oh hell yeah like tarzan
Hey scatter where exactly do you sell guitars (if you do of course)? I kind of mean, how do 'customers' contact you. Your site seems a bit rarely updated etc. But still got the time to work on so many projects, it can no longer be a fulltime hobby? Your house should be gigantic to hold those guitars xD
yeah i'm not the greatest webmaster in the world but the contact page works, and my little shack is getting filled up with guitars, building guitars is a fun way to fill the time between real jobs really, build or watch tv, well i guess i build while watching tv, keeps me off the streets
Man, you are a real Rembrand