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He has the guitar now, not sure if he’s playing or just admiring it.
I ordered the rest of the parts and the stupid expensive epoxy. I can’t wait to put it together and see how it looks.
It will be electric
I got intrigued by the 30s rickenbacker violins that were a standard neck with an aluminum tube that had everything clamped to it, like so...
with her teacher
I used one of those for a couple years until the clutch went out.
Y’all know what’s up.
A friend of mine from the navy bought it last night! Now I need to get on stringing it up and getting her setup so she can get home.
Clear is on and the screws are aged. It really turned the neck brown for some reason.
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So he commented that my picnicaster was lefty he would offer to buy it, so his strat he has no idea about is going to go on a transformation. He...
Just glue a table cloth to the guitar? I'm afraid the edges would peel easy.
I had a thought last night on the pickguard, what about a clear one with one of those red and white checkered table cloths under it?
Fit everything up, it will all come apart to be finished. I will wear the headstock, clear coat, age the screws so everything matches and age the...
If you're working in Buford, look up Mooney's BBQ. Amazing stuff. Slow Pour is a local brewery in Lawrenceville downtown, beer is OK, there is way...
Firebird x is Gibson’s version of ataris ET
Should I defile the headstock to match the body?
Neck is set and nasty tuners installed.
R & G are amazing.
Got some more done today. I am happy with the neck now, we’re about an hour into the aging.
Right after applying:
I was going to do a matte black but the one I got has a horrible bridge gap. I might get some copper veneer and put that on.
I'm going to completely strip the neck. I doubt the maple will age the same as the pine but I don't like the tint on it now.
Did some things. I started stripping the red neck (ha) and decided to just see what would happen. We're about an hour in and it's early days but...
Yes, wipe it with tea, let dry. Apply vinegar and it greys up.
I’ll do some during pictures of the neck
I have a neck with a vintage stain and a plain maple that I stained that can be stripped and aged. I’m not sure how the maple will look...