The new semi-hollow guitar is too large for most pre-made guitar cases, so I decided to build one. I looked at a few build threads online to base this off of, including one buried in one of Scatter Lee's builds. After seeing someone else asking about an odd sized case, I thought this would be worth doing a build thread on. Quick drawing of the dimensions for the case. Some 1/4" plywood that I hope has two sections large enough to use the the top and bottom. We will see. I have not measured or inspected too carefully yet. A few pieces of poplar I picked up at Lowe's to make the case out of. My fancy jig. Easy, quick way to make sure I get the lengths close to the consistent. Clamped together so I can sand the edges, and get the pieces actually even in length. One of my helpers doing a little sanding. My other helper. And a quick check to verify that the guitar will fit.