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I have been building this in my spare time.
Wow, I am so thankful to you and others who take the time to share a lifetime of knowledge.
I learned how to do this reading this forum. (thanks guys) I first tried the alum. foil, but still had noise and popping. I then went to copper...
Very nice work.
My thanks as well.
Is this recommended on any guitar with this style bridge, or is this question to broad?
Thank you for the lessons, I'm watching from the sidelines
Thanks, very well done!
I'm starting to get the hint. You guys just keep bouncing ideas out there until something clicks...It's awesome to witness. And thanks for the lesson.
Thank you guys. The final detail will be the JBennett headstock decal.
This was the best advice! Thanks.
Thanks for your advice too!
Thanks for the advice, it payed off.
So, I took your advice, and waited.Then started by sanding with 800 grit, and a squirt bottle with a couple of drops of liquid hand soap & water....
Excellent point. Thanks!
Thank you very much for the reply. I did see that unit in the S/M catalog.
My compliments on your fine work, and thanks for the tip.
Mojotron, I am trying to learn some of the techniques used by guys on the forum to learn how to build a neck.
Most of what I have done lately is...
I had a problem years ago, I found it to be the fine wax coating applied to the visqueen plastic. I removed the plastic, bought cheap paper drop...
Ken, what a great build! Thanks for sharing. Can you explain the pros & cons of hide glue? You mention it is reversible, can you explain this?
Added 3 more triple pass clearcoats, reset the buffing clock. My wife tells me to ''stop pacing around the guitar, it won't dry any faster''
This guitar screams awesome! Just beautiful.
Stunning color and finish. Very cool body style.
Very nice design. Everything about it looks great!
This is beautiful work. Thank you for posting the steps to finish sanding and buffing, this will come in handy... in 28 days!
Question, I sanded...
Thank you so much...I'll be biting my nails, and counting the days!