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    Roadside find neck (non telecaster)

    Thanks for your help and advice everyone. So likely Jackson, possibly BC Rich or Kramer. Here’s the paisley fabric I found. When I start the project I’ll be sure to post some pics.
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    Roadside find neck (non telecaster)

    Thanks for your replies everyone! So likely Jackson, possibly BC Rich or Kramer. Thanks for your advice
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    Roadside find neck (non telecaster)

    It appears almost flat.
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    Roadside find neck (non telecaster)

    Neck bolt hole spacing looks like 2" x 1.5"
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    Roadside find neck (non telecaster)

    Thanks! Now that you mention it, it does feel wide and thin. The headstock looks like it's made from multiple pieces.
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    Roadside find neck (non telecaster)

    Non telecaster related content I’m afraid although I am thinking of a new quirky build using this, some nice paisley fabric, a Hipshot tremolo bridge that I never used, and some goldfoils. Anyone know what this neck is off? The tuners are Gotohs. No serial no. or other identifying marks that I...
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    Anybody knowledgeable about wood?

    Parquetcaster!
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    Build 8: Paisley Tele

    Very interesting to follow this thread. Here is my material ready to go.
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    Build 8: Paisley Tele

    Are you anticipating having to fill near the fabric edges? I mean, to disguise where the fabric ends?
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    Old German Jazzbox: the dead shall rise again

    That is absolutely gorgeous. Is it literally crushed mother of pearl mixed with clear epoxy? Did you buy the crushed MOP? I'm wondering if I could do something similar with crushed abalone shells, available at no cost on local beaches...
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    What do do when you just suck at building?

    That's why Jack Brabham was so great.
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    Double P90 hardtail build

    Here's mine... not finished yet. Currently on around 20 coats of tru-oil. The woods are Australian Red Cedar and Victorian Mountain Ash. It's getting Lollar Staple P90s. That's a Warmoth neck. Flame maple and ebony. JM Melbz Oz
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    take a look at my wood,tell me what you think

    I'd rather not look at your wood, if you don't mind.
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    Pinecaster

    I did a Tele body using pine from Bunnings 2 or 3 years ago. I bought the 3/4" boards (I think they call it 19mm) and used six of them - three on top of another three - so that the final total thickness was 1.5 inches, which I like. I used Aquadhere, I think. I managed to find a piece with a...




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