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Off the work bench it goes and POW!!!
I’ve currently got it glued and clamped up. I might add a dowel to it after the glue dries.
Balsa, Basswood, and Paulownia are just not very tough.
GFS Paulownia body
Warmoth Black Korina
I love paulownia for guitars. I hope it fixes up well!
As long as no accidents happen, the lightweight feautres of Paulownia make it worth it. Enjoy your future tele!
Didn't preeb use some paulownia for the core of one of his solid body Bone build? Interesting wood, I wouldn't mind trying a build from it. I've...
Oh yummy! - esp. the bottom one.
Basswood's o.k., sometimes the screws strip the hole though. Also not always light.
The body came from guitar fetish.
...the same options as the Bone line: solid Mahogany (bone59), Full Paulownia insert (bone-I), horse shoe paylownia insert (bone59H). We'll...
Ever thought of using Paulownia wood for the body ??
That is indeed the exception to the rule. But I'm not opposed to Paulownia bodies, I have one too!
...the neck angle was in the ballpark. Frets look good, yes to the paulownia body. Could be fun.
I like heavy guitars but a 10lb might be...
...pounds... or choose a lumber that is consistently lighter, like paulownia..''If anything lighter were "easy" you would see them listed on the...
Ah interesting to know, time sure seems a lot quicker when your just reading online postings assuming things happen magically overnight! But time...
...seller about the not so swamp ash body. He apologized and said they shipped the wrong body. Looks like Paulownia to me. We're working on a...
...have been stronger than the wood, so doweling is not needed.
Paulownia...which although being very soft, is very form stable...it is for this...
Where did you source the paulownia lumber? What kind of price range does it have?
I've obviously seen it on import guitars but never in board...
No. I have a nice stash of mahogany, but mostly I'm an acoustic guitar builder and have collected woods for the next dozen or so hollow guitars.
I had such good luck with my first paulownia body from GFS that I decided to get another one. I didn't want to bother with finishing so I got a...
...assembly of bad parts on acceptable wood.
People seem to like Paulownia a lot these days which is probably the least dense wood used. They...
...document the process, even if it's just for me.
The body is a paulownia body from GFS that I finished with Tru Oil, and the neck is a...
...there for 130.00.
You can always go the cheap wood route and get paulownia, as was said. I'd at least get alder, but that's just me.