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Thanks for this spreadsheet. I'm building a custom 12 string right now and I plan on replacing the plastic nut I have used for testing purposes...
Beautiful. Nice attention to detail - you should be very happy with that!
I like it a lot. I like the satin finish - they always feel so much better to play. Classic looks but still very original!
Very helpful - thanks for posting!
Yeah the reverb doesn't work, but I'm not even going to spend any time on that. Right now it's up and running - a friend of mine is an amp tech...
Thanks! It's a joy to play - the neck is narrow the whole way up, but it's kind of thick too, so it's a different feel, but a good one.
Ah! I see. Thanks!
I'll check on there and see if I see one come up. Thanks!
Thanks, Ronsonic. I was a little doubtful of the 100watt rating, but hey, what do I know?:lol:
That's what I needed to know.
I bought an old 1484 twin twelve head (no speakers or speaker cab) off of a coworker. I'm planning on building a speaker cab to play it with, but...
Here's the blue:
I liked it a lot - fairly easy to use, the specks aren't really noticeable till you get close to it though, at least in...
Very nice! I like it!
Jack's right - I did this to one after seeing his post about it a while ago. It's one of my favorite necks now.
More rock stars:
Jeff Healy even likes it:
Lil' Slash likes it too.
Here's me in a VERY fashionable rock star pose:
Here you can actually see some of the metallic specs in the finish.
I also did a tonebar too and I like that as well.
A few years ago, my first foray into guitar building was a pine bodied partscaster. I had fun with it but I've built several guitars since and it...
same. Ive done it and I liked it.
Not if you have a swimming pool route for the pickups. If you have the vintage style "single coil" sized routs then you'll have to route or...
Beautiful, and a great idea too!
Here's my latest - not really a tele, but the shape is the same, albeit with an extra cutaway.
Okay - here are a couple:
And the one I'm currently working on:
A lot of beautiful guitars and really imaginitive designs...
We have a winner!:razz:
You could always try that red/brown tint on your cutoff pieces of walnut and see if you like it.
I'm always learning something from you Scatter Lee! Looks great.