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It's alive! Stunning, looking forward to the build.
Maple fretboard. Wood looks awesome - reminds me of a 'barn caster'.
This might not be everyone's cup of tea but I like it :mrgreen:
The angle grinder, my go to tool!
Especially digging the choice of maple for the head.
What the ... what ? Never heard of it, lol.
Looks cool to me though! Looking around at the different tunings for a 4 string (I think I would...
The figured walnut top looks great. Fine guitar, great job.
I agree. In my limited experience, the grain fill was never necessary or desirable - I always want to see, even accent, the grain....
New baritone version
Have you seen this?
I believe the scale is going...
I'd like to hear your first impressions on how it is to play a fanned fret, if this is your first time?
It's a beauty to be sure - I'm trying to...
I hear you there :razz: I too have trouble distinguishing the subtleties others appear to discern. If I don't like it I just turn it up :P
That's a cool collection!
I tried to get into Grinderman, I really did :P
Have you ever been a headless, fanned fret tenor? Lol, prolly not...
They look like something S Dali would have designed. I bet they are light - I would try one. Let me send you my address :mrgreen:
Led Zeppelin | IV
Pink floyd | Dark side of the moon
Tesla | Mechanical Resonance
AC/DC | Highway to Hell
Van Halen | 1984
I'd be glad to.
Probably not - I imagine our experience with the FR SL strings/bridge is about the same - and you explain things better than...
I guess that looks OK. :) HA! Killer. Can't wait to hear it on a noise machine. Oil really brings out the wood.