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Awsome bulid! Where and how did you source your Wood?
While waiting for some extra binding for the backside and routerbit for bindingchannel, i took the opportunity to make templates for front and...
After weeks of absence, i looked at what was achived and i found out that i might change my plans a little.
I found that the back of the body...
The body dried overnight before removing the clamps, rough sawed the excess around the perimeter and routed it flush.
I´ve finished the rout for the chambers.
I glued on the cap in halves using brassnails to keep the pieces in...
It`s been awhile since last update, but been bustin myself to get the time to continue this build.
So whats going on? Between our newborn boy and...
Flat and down to size... 39mm to take a 6mm cap.
Marked out the chambers
Making serious wood...
Prep for planing back and front of the body...
Looking nice Michael!
Thanks Michael! I have no idea about the weight, but the other guitars that were made of the same piece of wood and chambered were quite lite...
Made myself a template for routing the chambers
So whats my plan? Pine=oak? 3 single coils???
I´m thinking a
-Stratocaster picup rout...
The body looks ok... Besides a big knot on the backside... not showing here though:lol:
These parts are leftovers from a guitarbuilding course a had a couple of years ago and there some minor issues to deal with.
Someone have been...
The "original" body were not to my liking, out of shape and wrong all the way. So here`s what i´m going to use.
Pine body and a maple neck with...
I had the idea that 2014 would be the year to "clean out the closet" so to speak.
With 7 different builds halfway through and different repairs,...
Nice build Helmut! By the way, do you know what "knörr" means in Swedish?
Congratulations to all the winners!
Looking good! Good luck!
Good luck on your build!
Looking good! Good luck Bentley!
This one´s gonna be a beauty! Good luck!