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Discussion in 'Tele Home Depot' started by adirondak5, Feb 23, 2013.
I know how to build guitars....I just don't know how to sand them and enjoy it.....
Yeah, me too.
I don't mind sanding but I hate spraying finish and the associated tasks.
The inspiration will come back Brian , just a matter of time
I don't know , I seem to remember Marty saying a mere 4 unfinished builds don't get you in the door at the unfinished club
Always something on the bench Doug , not guitar work but I'm thinking something like this would make a pretty neat carve top
Just finishing these today , trivets , hot plates , just engraving my signature and date
Sanding is transcendental
Won't be no outside spraying here for a while , thanks to winter storm so & so
Those are really nice boards. Great job Herb!
This is the main reason why my LP is on the bench.
Nice work Brian , I likes shiny
I do too, just don't like the finishing process.
Great thread and beautiful work herb
Thanks very much Manny
So, like, Herb, are you inspired yet?
And yeah, Brian, that's gorgeous. Doesn't great results like that make you like finishing just a little bit?
Herb, was just thinking about this thread the other day. (as I was pondering if I would ever have the inclination to build an LP. Not really sure if I would)
Anyway, got plans to get back to this someday?
Wow , talk about a blast from the past Robert . I can't believe its been 5 years since I started this build Its still in pretty much the same state as when I left it (needing finish applied and assembly). I look at it and pick it up probably once a month . I would like to get it finished up , maybe come spring and some nice weather , we'll see how the spirits move me .
We are WATCHING you!!! No more excuses Herb!!!
From theirs page it seems that Bartlett no longer sells plans.
Edit: I found them,from the cellphone the menu is hard to follow....
C’mon, Herb, we got a lot of new blood here on the forum needs showing how to do a world-class finish. Or just wait another year or so and it’ll be petrified wood and won’t need a finish.
I've been wondering why I've had that feeling somebody was looking over my shoulder
They are excellent drawings Nick , if you are thinking of building one they are very helpful .
Now Rick , you know how the build really slows down once you get to the finish work , if it took 5 years to get here , what's the rest gonna take ?
Wonder how petrified wood affects the tone ? Is there such a thing as petrified tone wood ?
I dunno Herb, but I bet if you post those questions over on Bad Dog, you could get a couple of good arguments going,