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Yep, we're still here.
Make sure to measure that fretscale, older carvins used a 25 inch scale. ( I believe they still do on some models)
Edit: sorry, didn't catch it...
So that's what's up...Glad to see this.
This one I really like:
Don't know how it happened but, when you present a piece to a sanding drum or similar tool do it against the rotation of the tool so the piece...
I think there's room for more than one in there....
I would play that "beater" any time, in fact for me it looks like a tele in a futuristic movie.:mrgreen:. By the way how thick is that body? is...
Is that a crack or just sanding marks? If it's a crack I see some trouble on your way. Hope it's just some need of sanding.
Shellac sticks to almost anything, and can be used as an undercoat for virtually any finish you want. Use the dewaxed kind.
Take the knob screws out and pour some C/A on the knob's thread, that might help if the threads are stripped, and will make the screws hold. By...
Just build some C/A layers until a little "overfilled" and sand and buff like it isn't there.
That's a really nice effect, I would do an entire neck like that.
I always look for my safety glasses for a while before realizing I have them on top of my head.
This is good advice.
I'm very glad that's the case, looking good!!!:mrgreen:
This looks dangerous!!!!
Hey, what's up.
That one was just for practice. Now I'll plug it and do the final one on the correct half of the body. :oops:
Can't see them, that's why I asked for them....
There's a reason I have 3 different pairs of safety glasses around. :oops:
Would be good to actually use them....:wink:
Looks great as is.
Did you try to rout the body perimeter without bandsawing it first to the line? If so, I'm sorry to report that you had it coming. I'm glad you're...
The line is off cut material, go as close as posible, even touching, without erasing it. Index your template first so when it's time to rout, you...