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Wondering how you could sand out the marks if the lacquer was soft enough to get them in the first place. But then......I wonder about...
Well never mind then...................
Looks like it screws into an air chuck.
Finally! A thread I understand.
Carry on Dave.
Still???? (see....mine works)
Lovin' it Rex
Very elegant way to float the top. Beautiful guitars!
Just consider all that previous finish extra coats of sanding sealer. Still looks great.
Congrats on your retirement Rick!
I truly enjoy watching your builds
Some guitars just ring without being plugged in. Good wood and solid joints do that. Beautiful work preeb.
Never seen a production guitar like that. I bet it's a one-off custom build.
Beautiful no matter what it is.
I was just reading back through the earlier post. Killing time while I wait for the next update.
Soooo.............you ran a 5K and THEN worked...
Just a little update. I received the guitar today. It is in mint condition. Not a scratch. Still had the plastic on the pickguard. I'll need to...
toomuchfun - lighten up. that was a joke
I would suggest proceeding very carefully. The loose finish should come right off. You could try a scraper (or a single edged razor with the...
I just bought a Blueridge BR-60 in supposedly excellent condition on Reverb. I say supposedly because it was pretty cheap, and I haven't received...
Oh, wheels! I was wondering why you would build her a Walnut surfboard.
THAT is a GREAT looking burst!
Yeah Ron, I used to drink a lot too.
To get low action, the frets have to be perfectly level. Perhaps you have a high fret somewhere up the neck.
Looks great Marty. You sure do clean work.
Sounds like, the way you play it might be better to use a standard G string and just tune the 3 bass strings up. You could then play your lead...
Very nice. I like how you can see the neck through from the back.
I love your builds. I'm sure they'll be beautiful.
Did you get that from Prince?
Sounds like a plan. Looks good.