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I love the sig line.
For a nice, natural, doesn't stick your hand to the neck feel, tru oil. It's really the best answer.
Don't even know why it's a question.
Sunburst with binding, okay, white or cream. Otherwise, Black.
I meant something more like this from Warmoth:
They call it "Right Handed Reverse."
I love the look of that, almost normal.
Do a semi reverse Jimi. Left handed body shape and pickup routs and wammy with right handed controls.
BC Rich Eagle in a pawnshop for $125....
One thing that kills me is how very rarely anybody duplicates the case wear that we used to see on old Fenders. For a well cared for guitar the...
I've got a beat to death SG of my own that I'll eventually refinish.
White is traditional and awesome on those, especially with the P90s and...
I'm thinking a bicycle speedometer. The "cadence" function won't have enough digits (even Lance never spun the pedals that fast). But if you...
I have a bottle of tru-oil that is extremely old. It has thickened and yellowed and works great after being thinned with mineral spirits.
The answer is that each turn of wire around the coil acts like a signal generator in series with a resistor and an inductor....
The sides of the neck pocket don't do much in terms of strength or tone. Okay, maybe about tone, but there are too many great sounding guitars...
Guys the question in the thread header is "What's on your bench today?"
I got the same thing he has.
That's a Hipshot Baby Grand. Very excellent piece.
Twisted Tele pickups are necessary so they'll fit. Right?
They were used in studios for decades, they don't make noise if they're working right.
Do not believe the History or Discovery channels, they...
For guitar the usual thing is an outboard preamp / control box to change speeds etc. There should be a schematic glued onto that amp chassis...
I use coffee filters for convenience and don't need to sand much. I'll use scotch brite or steel wool to knock it flat every 5 coats or so. I only...
White Scotch-Brite is about 1200 grit and light gray is somewhere around 800-1000.
Hobby shops have really cool 1/8" ply. I'd use that for top and back with a center block. Then the sides and center could be anything and it'll...
Well, the new pics are looking good and so's the guitar.
I've had one of those for years and it is certainly good enough for "occasional fret work." It isn't actually a file, but a burr and it doesn't...
Just feels like forever some times.
I did one in a shop that isn't otherwise luthierically oriented.
I brought to work:
Bunch of coffee filters
Sorry, was away for your follow-up question, Glen got you going.
You'll find that CA is the answer to a lot of guitar fixing questions.