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Discussion in 'Tele Home Depot' started by preeb, Jul 9, 2009.
Older Fender slots are 1/8" from the edge. I usually eyeball it though.
Thanks Gil, that is what it looks like. Perfect. ...Love that bass, nice job on it again.
Gil, you are truly an inspiration. Your build threads are so entertaining and enlightening! Is there any chance you could share the radii used for the single action truss rod is a jazz bass neck? I assume the radii are larger than a strat or tele, but the highpoint would still be at the same fret?
Hi Gil, i read all this 5x i think .. and always learning something... you inspire me to build my 1959 PB bass project ... thx
Can you help me with this jig
Hi Preeb,at 61 years of age I don't grasp new ideas as well as I used to.maybe you can help me with the jig in my attachment? Thank you Bill
Confusing it is
Did Brainy design that?
Hi Preeb, this is an old post but I am truly in awe of your work!!!
I'm building my 2nd bass and fabbing a router table. Wondering what brand pattern bit your using for the flush trimming?
I'm not Gil but Whiteside upcut spiral bit RFTD5125 1/2" shank 1 1/4" cutting length, for necks. (Also RFTD5200 1/2" shank 2" cutting length for bodies -- you can just get the 2" bit and use it for both).
Prior to routing, get as close to the cut line as possible with a drum sander (e.g. Robosander) so as to only remove as little bit bit of the material with the router bit as possible.
Hi Pavel, thanks so much for sharing!
I have a spindle sander so I'm good there. I have a short cut pattern bit from Whiteside I use for pickup cavities, and really like their quality. I'll definitely check out their uncut spiral bits - Thanks!