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What, £192 Sterling? Even if it's a dog, it's worth that all day long. Seriously. Strip it, nitro it, decent pickup, ready to gig.
Apologies, looks gorgeous matey.
Oh, I'd think mass hysteria/lack of self confidence would cover it. There are 'good' buys, talented luthiers, and, well, meh.
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Looks fine. View it as thus, if it ever gets removed by 'someone other than its owner', you or the owner will have a definitive reference point to...
You could've had it sprayed by now chap. Some things there are no 'proper' shortcuts to.
No idea why that gig shot is there :(
Here it is (was), take the finish off, opens them up. Really.
I had a '92. I stripped it. Painted it light yellow. Then stripped it again. Put a white 50's guard on, and a Duncan '59 Lil Somethingorother in...
Colin, did anything come of this? Inspiring offer I have to say! Well done that man.
I am now here, and right at home. Not that that's of any significance. Here's Friday's outing at a boozer where sheep are tied up outside in the...
Allparts Fat neck should suit.
Simply because it is, and because someone wanted to. And possibly, as my children tell me, because it is 'sparkly'. Apparently, this is important...
Telecobster, so do those NE Mount pickups screw directly into the base of the route, with supporting foam? I'm thinking of Power'Tron...
Ooh, where did you get those?
Yeah I like that muchly! Get some more pics up!
Watching. Liking it.
I'd guess sheet? It's rather fetching either way.
Great thread fella, and nice progressive work!
As long as the trem cavity rout is adjusted back the same amount as the neck pocket rout, the...
Mere details chaps. Lovely.
Marc at Mojo Pickups makes some lurvely bridge units. Really nice all round and v good pricing. Alternatively, there's the Duncan BG1400 stacked...
Glorious looking thing you've put together there my good man! Well done on all fronts. Your command of English is perfectly acceptable too.
There is much niceness there, although I can't live with a V neck.
I'm sorry, I thought this was covered by parts-a-castering?
Absolutely. Give a competent musician a low end instrument and he/she will make it sound great. It's as simple as that.
For the rest of 'us'...