In the first half of the year, 2.7 million jobs were added.
People finally going back to work....not really the same thing as new jobs.
"I hate that. I have no idea why companies are still even making necks like that. Such a completely dumb and outdated design."
IMO it keeps people from #$&*ing with the truss rod too much...and that's usually a good thing. ;)
Laid in a supply of bodies and tops today....much dusty, many clamps.
Mahogany and Alder bodies, flamed and quilted Maple, Eucalyptus and flamed Ash tops.
Wish the figure in 'em all stood out more, but my last belt was on it's last leg and nobody open on Sunday had 80 grit belts for a 36" drum...
Finally finished this one up
Koa top and overlay
Rosewood fretboard and Ivoroid binding
Bone nut and brass saddle
Lollar 'Chicago Steel' pickup and dual concentric controls
"The only downside I see to that approach is that you have to do a very careful job of carving the transition symmetrically because any differences will stick out like a sore thumb."
Wanna really make yourself crazy... :cool:
The only downside I see to that approach is that you have to do a very careful job of carving the transition symmetrically because any differences will stick out like a sore thumb.
Being careful is the part I like. :p