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It's alive! Stunning, looking forward to the build.
Maple fretboard. Wood looks awesome - reminds me of a 'barn caster'.
This might not be everyone's cup of tea but I like it :mrgreen:
The angle grinder, my go to tool!
Especially digging the choice of maple for the head.
What the ... what ? Never heard of it, lol.
Looks cool to me though! Looking around at the different tunings for a 4 string (I think I would...
The figured walnut top looks great. Fine guitar, great job.
I agree. In my limited experience, the grain fill was never necessary or desirable - I always want to see, even accent, the grain....
New baritone version
Have you seen this?
I believe the scale is going...
I'd like to hear your first impressions on how it is to play a fanned fret, if this is your first time?
It's a beauty to be sure - I'm trying to...
I hear you there :razz: I too have trouble distinguishing the subtleties others appear to discern. If I don't like it I just turn it up :P
That's a cool collection!
I tried to get into Grinderman, I really did :P
Have you ever been a headless, fanned fret tenor? Lol, prolly not...
They look like something S Dali would have designed. I bet they are light - I would try one. Let me send you my address :mrgreen:
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I'd be glad to.
Probably not - I imagine our experience with the FR SL strings/bridge is about the same - and you explain things better than...
I guess that looks OK. :) HA! Killer. Can't wait to hear it on a noise machine. Oil really brings out the wood.
I had one of the Ellis tenors and it was really cool. I had tried to get one of those cool green ones but they were out. They are apparently...
Could you expect the action to be right, right off the bench? I'm much more interested in seeing how the playability and intonation stack up....
Ok man I'm going to have to try this 'fanned fret' thing. Really looking forward to seeing how this plays/sounds.
That swamp ash is very pretty wood. Random orbital would look great on a birth certificate.
Great summary! Your lessons will help others, thank you for taking the time.
I've been contemplating jack placement (for a headless guitar) and...
Very enlightening. I guess I was aware of some of those - but the different scale to fit the string is new to me - and makes great sense when I...
Those parallel-rhomba-gram-azoids are gonna be cool by any name. Reminds me for some reason of a crystal shape. I vote for abalone or pearloid in...
They do fit in with the fanned frets nicely.
Congrats man, I'm sure that is a great feeling.
That neck joint might as well be a neck through it is so seamless - great work!