Hey folks, I've posted a few of my builds in the past, but nothing in the last couple years. I've done a few Telecasters, a plastic National hollowbody, a Gibson ES-225 style hollowbody and now I am attempting my first acoustic. I'm going for a Gibson J-45 style build. I guess it is more of a J-50 as I'll be doing a natural top instead of a sunburst. But I will also be doing rosewood back and sides, so it is more of a J-29 I guess. hahahah. Woods: - Torrefied Sitka Spruce top - East Indian Rosewood back and sides - Mahogany neck - Rosewood fretboard and bridge A friend let me borrow his thickness sander to bring everything to thickness. 0.110" for the top, 0.095" for the back and 0.085" for the sides. Used a palm router and DIY jig to cut the sound hole and slot for the rosette Also rough cut my bridge.