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This is truly a work of art. Loooooove the case, too!
This Tele, dubbed the "Grizzlycaster", is made from an old piece of western red cedar I picked up at an estate sale:
Nice job on those ferrule holes! That's some nice looking poplar--I agree that a transparent finish may be the way to go with these.
I love that wood, and the hardware details are icing on the cake!
Kudos to all of my fellow participants, and big congrats to the winners!
Here's a photo from the Rickenbarner's first gig!
I debuted the Rickenbarner at band practice tonight, and it seriously ripped! It's tons more aggro than my other basses, and my bandmates gave it...
On a lighter note, I took the Rickenbarner to my coworker's jam session tonight, and it performed quite well! The other jam participants were...
This might be a silly question, but how do we vote? Do we just send a list of our top five to jkingma?
Now the tough part is picking only five favorites! I've got it narrowed down to ten or eleven right now, but even at that, I'm having a hard time...
Here's mine. Sorry it's so blurry, I forgot to focus the camera before I started!
Me too! It was a great pleasure to build alongside all of you folks. This was the first challenge I have ever participated in, and it was...
You knocked it out of the park, Bentley!
Dude that thing sounds amazing! And it's definitely one of the most creative designs this year. Congrats!
You can do it, Captain!
Love it! You play guitar just as well as I do (I'm a bassist, too!) It's always good for a bassist to have at least one guitar around. I keep...
Beautiful work, Michael!
That is one gorgeous Tele! Congrats!
Here are the specs of the Rickenbarner:
Modeled after a Rickenbacker 4003
33 1/4" scale
5-layer walnut and maple through-body...
Great job! That headstock is very cool!
Video uploading to Youtube....
JACKPOT! They were wired in reverse! Switched ground and output lugs, and presto!
Okay, so I made an output jack with two jumper wires on it and checked some things. The pickups both work. The signal to the end of the caps at...
Looks like I'm not going to make it, folks. I can't seem to find any answer to this wiring conundrum.