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Discussion in '2015 TDPRI GSM Build Challenge' started by Scatter Lee, Jun 13, 2015.
testing my video cameras tonight
ready for lacquer, and the toe shot, I've built this guitar barefoot so far
gave it about six heavy coats of clear
hung it in the sun a little while
hanging under the fan in the AC for a while
Hey scatter that a pretty guitar you built!!
I really like the way you marked out your frets, I was wondering what material you used for the "story stick" ? I have been trying to print out fret scales on the computer but they are always a little off, your way should be dead on and less paper wasted.
Thanks, seemed like the thing to do, this is the first time i built a Fender with and actual Fender in hand, the frets matched up exactly with all my other tele builds (that i printed from the pc) i just used a straight quarter round shoe molding left over from a remodel job
of coarse, prepainted quarter round. I thought maybe it was the back of a tape measure.
thank you sir
got the pickups in and all wired up
Your bridge pickup looks different than the rest. Something special?
edit: I like the pickgaud and covers color choice.
looks like a base plate, can't wait to hear them
neither can I
wet sanded today with 320, 400, 600 and 1500 grit, then 3M rubbing compound
Just stunning. Beautiful.
Wow Scatter! Awesome and shiny!
sanded the neck down good and re-sprayed the headstock and base
Gee, you've finished and I'm still setting my shop up!
I was hoping you'd knock the gloss off of the back of the neck. Well done.
Awesome job! I'm all about the shine!! I guess you have time now, perhaps Mr Gator will become the case?
You should have donged that little fella on the noggin with the neck butt Shane for some "real" mojo!
I just gotta say.. I hope Scatter's got them gators trained or something... they look hungry. Hate to hear someday that someone this talented gets nibbled on by godzilla's distant cousin.
But yeah.. It's 110 all day everyday in AZ and I have no ac in the garage.. so Im just setting up too.
This is a great thread.
I have a big mess to cleanup
really just wanted to fill the pores on the back, this neck in bare wood is so smooth and fast I didn't even want to paint it
not this year, another guitar build waiting on me
but it's a dry heat right? I could only do ten minutes at a time in my shop.
I was wading in the river pulling lilly pad roots and looked down at a gator about two feet from me, really snuck up on me, he got bonked on the head with my shovel
Wow, that looks great!! I love the shine.