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Discussion in 'Tele Home Depot' started by duym, Sep 29, 2018.
Yeah, thanks! I make a sled frame for my router, It will be useful any other time!!
Guys, here we go.
There was a LOT of bug holes to fix, and this is my first time using poplar and sanding sealer wasn't enogh to disappear all of the grains, I should have use grain filler... But here we are now: its Oly White and will be relicd' after polishing
Ps: thanks for the sled router advice, I ve made my own and now I can use it for plan anything!
Fantastic! That turned out great!
What pickup is going in the neck (and the bridge for that matter)?
Seymour Duncans all the way!
Seth Lover in the neck, Broadcaster in the bridge, will use a 250/500 stack pot for the volume to keep the chime of both pus.
Cool, I like the offset.
Build thread was a little shorter than I’d hoped, but looks like it turned out very well.
Oh, sorry i will upload the build thread
Unfortunately, one of my router bits had a factory defect and has damaged the side, had to fill the "hole" with epoxy, maybe visible on this pic
The pickup-plan also changed, the bridge will be a CS texas special
Sweeeeet. Good job dude.
Thank you all, now its nitro curing time. And time to buy a new, bigger router, my "little" dewalt has died yesterday because of this bad bit I didnt want to fix it (think I could), before that I had 1985 Elu router, never had any annoying issues, except that it was old, but this dewalt... I hated it, much worse quality, workflow, sound... like holding something very cheap stuff, but it was original
Polishing and relic job
Buffing and cavity shielding next
great job , and nice recovery of the blank!
Very nice. I like it.
It's so cool to see pieces of wood like that, that easily could have been tossed away to rot in the woods, turned into guitars. That said, I likely won't work with poplar again. It's just way too soft and you spend tons of time repairing dings and dents all the time.
You did a great job!!!
Thank you! I totally agree, the wood is too soft and dents, especially when got relicd'. I was very careful while aging the finish but it wasn't enogh...
I think never use poplar again but you know, this time I had a reason
May you intrested it's finished
Marvelous work! How's it sound
Wow! Really nice work! Tasteful relic job and I love the colours... what's the finish on the neck?