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I bow down to you! My No 6 gives me enough of a workout
Nice. It’s similar to a shape I came up with. CBS has a lot more to apologize to Leo for! I’d stick with the traditional 3 way wiring myself....
Looks good to me but Pouch doesn’t look too impressed! What’s the story with the guitar (filled in control holes, mix of saddles, etc.)?
A separate bridge ground is not needed for a tele bridge/metal plated pickup. Lots of guitars don’t have shielded cavities and sound just fine....
This is a good option.
Now you’re talking!
I like the sleeker belly curve but think the notch could be a little more rounded. Maybe slide the bottom point to align with the low e string...
Grey primer under white paint is not a bad thing. You can see if you are covering the primer evenly. I’ve only used 2x once but it seemed to need...
That’s a pretty broad question. If you’re looking for wiring diagrams check out Seymour Duncan....
Not with shipping to outside the US. $20 USD is the cheapest shipping to Canada. That’s steep for a $30USD item.
You are way too modest! It is a work of art!
You may have started a live edge guitar trend!
I think you’re lying!
No doubt about that!
F holes look good to me. How about angling the controls to be parallel with the treble side F hole?
Shouldn’t be a problem unless the foil causes binding or the hot pickup lead is in contact with it.
could you post a like to the ferrule jig you...
Based on the drawings you posted the holes need to move towards the neck by 1.8mm. (40.1-38.3). String spacing shows the same between the vintage...
Nope. New Celestion Eight 15 speaker for an AX84 P 1 amp I made years ago.
Pieces of pine starting to look like an amp chassis.
Looking good! You split a slab of black walnut with a handsaw?! You’re my hero!
Dave. You could always use an external battery connector. The centre negative wall warts come with a premium price tag.
I would use a standard Esquire pickguard myself. It would cover the pickup rout, look classic and leave lots of grain exposed. Sometimes the...