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Discussion in 'Tele Home Depot' started by gangreen, Apr 17, 2016.
Plycaster all done.
I envy your skill with plywood...
That looks yummy! What finish?
A strat like that would be cool with the end grain dyed in different colors like recycled skateboards
Used the stew Mac clear green filler which worked pretty well. Then sprayed polyurethane. Satin I believe.
Stop it with the whole dyed Plywood Stratocaster! You're giving me more ideas!
That plycaster is absolutely beautiful. The straight vertical lines and natral woodtone combined with the "normal" wood of the neck give it a man/nature fusion vibe. Really cool.
Excellent - how does it sound?
Sounds like a Tele. Twangy. Weight is good.
Those look awesome sir, well done. My kingdom for your shop, wish I had me one of those. Very nice.
A very impressive job! Congratulations!
The Plycaster build was VERY inspiring. New thread to follow soon!
Great work on both of these, and your other stuff dude!
Tap tap tap....
He does it again!
It's awfully quiet in here. Sure would like to hear that guitar. Hmmm, hmmm, hmmm.....
I’ve been shamed into action. But alas the plycaster now lives in Scotland. In the hands of someone who actually knows how to play the thing.
Guess I'll just have to make one then!
You know, I came across this video not too long ago and thought about posting it here. Now that it's been revived:
The sound comparison:
Unlike this one, the neck was also plywood. Supposedly the neck had a "rubbery" quality with the plywood. The builder said that it was because of the type of plywood and the number of plies, but I think it was because it was made of plywood, period. The glue (and sometimes the ply filler) is partly elastic, which I think accounts for the feel. I could be wrong.
Super inspiring thread.
I’m currently working on this now.