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Guitar, my '82 squier jv tele.
Amp, my early '90s peavey classic 50 212.
Pedal, my hawk booster.
A lot of numbers bij Fred Eaglesmits, but this one.. Oh boy [emoji24]
Go out and plough
And this one gets me as well.
Wrong side of...
This is a nice example of the pos 2 of a strat. Almost "dusty" sounding with the volume rolled back.
How about this one.
R.i.p. Rick. An other sad day for music.
His cracking the code series are fun to watch and very informative
Well some parts..
I don't see what the problem is. Stuff gets destroyed in movies all the time. Buildings are destroyed, and what more. In the original Blues...
Thanks, indeed it's not the hardest fix. But it did cost me a few hours.
I've spend all the time I had today on the guitar, but it wasn't...
Thanks, me too.
Thanks, it's the first time ever I made a neck. I don't have a scale, but it doesn't feel lighter than the maple...
So it turned out ok.
After it was dry I started the final sanding of the neck with 120 grid paper.
And started to apply danish oil for...
Thanks. I must say that I realy enjoy making the neck. It's a very satisfying job, make it with your own hands.
Thanks a lot!
I'm very sorry to hear about your loss Leif.
Yesterday it was handtool day.
The skunk stripe turned out pretty good.
I planed it flush with the neck and there's one tiny gap that needs...
I did some work on the neck.
I glued the layout of the frets to the neck and cut the lines with a knife so I have some guidelines for sawing...
So I took it out of the clamps, but forgot to take a picture of it :oops:
But to be honest, there's not that much to see. I didn't route or...
I would love to see how it turned up, but I'll have to wait until thursday before it in my hands again.
Unfortunately I wasn't able to do...
Man, it's hard to keep track of everybody's build combined with my own, my work and my family :lol: There is happening a lot in 24h.
So I had a little time to do something again during my lunchbreaks.
I started with the body.
First drew a few lines
And then started...
Ok, so if the screw from the strap button stays in the wood i would hold.
Thanks, last week it seemed to go in slowmotion.. There's a lot to do at work. I managed to cut out the body with my tiny bandsaw. It's to flimsy...
Today I didn't do much. Just a little bit fine tuning of some templates I'll be using.
[IMG] I like the way the top came out. It was...
Great start, I truly hope you can finish it with your schedule. Good luck!
Good luck with your build!