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I hate poly. I have poly guitars. I have nitro guitars.
Nitro ages like denim jeans. They look cool and they feel great.
Also, by a few parts every week or month. You can get a premium build this way.
There are kits for the amp part on ebay for $100-200. He can build the cabinet and add the speaker as he goes.
Why don't he buy a kit and you supervise him on the build?
British rock is more melodic. American rock is more aggressive. Fight me.
For me, writing music is the most important thing next to performing it. Practicing other people's music is my crutch. I can spend countless hours...
I gave up on vintage after spending too much time and money fixing things. Designing and building is where it's at. Keep the tradition alive.
This is why I have a $20 sop ukulele with me all the time. Great when traffic is at a standstill.
Prayers to all of you. I suffer from procrastination and fear. I suppose I can see why people drink. I do the same thing with the internet … and I...
Just in case anyone needed it, another person gave me some measurements from their '56. Body thickness confirmed as 1.5" and neck thickness at...
Anyone know what the Taylor varnish technique is? It's not nitro, but it ages pretty nicely. Not thick and ugly like poly.
I own a GS Mini....
:D Dang, I might have all the measurements I need now. Was the body thickness always 1.5" pre-CBS?
The only thing I need now is the neck thickness from the side and the neck pocket depth.
Thanks for saving me some pain. I was going to try U-Beaut, but they don't ship to America anymore … and they changed their formula to something...
When you're messing with it and it's time to eat dinner, you know you're done.
I wouldn't say any myth is busted. If you want to be scientific, you have to make extreme conditions. What would happen if a neck is 10 feet long...
How it wears and cracks over time? I'm interested in nitrocellulose alternatives and love the way they wear off unlike my poly guitars.
The original 1956-1964.
There's one that has scale markings to print it out easier.
You can rotate the PDF by -0.95...
Mind if you post those dimensions, especially the 22.5" scale neck, please?
I found a crude outline of a '63 (from a German website) I'm going to use for this project. Does anyone have neck dimensions? I know they're 22.5"...
… before they shot nitrocellulose lacquer on them, or was it just used on the bodies?
Anyone contact a Fender historian? This is a super important question to get an answer for.
I meant to ask for measurements and not schematics. Words matter!