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Not exactly on my bech but worth sharing..
A different kind of paint job..
Thanks, both ABR-1 same as in the early Gibsons
There's no way around it. The best way to avoid coging abrasives is to not use any abrasives. Switch to hand planes or chisels when working these...
I've used Jescar's 6105 and it's the best fretwire I've tried so far.
Thank you guys!
I'll post a video soon, showing both of them.
Well I just finished the 2nd strat, came out really nice. The finish is really thin and jumps at the slightets bump, this one will get reliced...
Looks like a beautiful lady.
What kind of finish are you planning?
That's true. But other times the intention comes through perfectly clear :rolleyes:
Sometimes you realize you shouldn't had replied to a...
Very, very nice work
Sure, I just did it the old way on the belt sander. See here from 2:32
The difference is I only have a benchtop...
Thanks you! Tha white one is just the one I've ever wanted. I just love it.
I'm still working on these!
I made a 50's style pickguard today
It should all be over soon..
Thanks Herb! It's the same one I started like 2 years ago! haha
just coundn't get around finishing it.
just watching the football game..
Looks great! I like the contours very much.
What happened to the ferrule hiding for the neck's bolts?
Hands down the best color scheme for the Bone.
Of course, I guess I'm getting too used to watch videos where the tone is mostly shaped after the influence of the amp. As I said, the clarity is...
Sounds really really good, I did found, however, the neck PU a bit glassy in some points, but it might had been the reverb. I just like it a bit...
It shoudn't be that hard, you just need a good eye and to go slowly, take your time and it can be done in a couple of days.
I built this a few years back
It's carved with an angled grinder, dremel, rasps and hand sanding.