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Discussion in 'Worship Service Players' started by JuneauMike, Aug 10, 2016.
Very nice, Mike. Have fun with this!
No, I never did. I had to sorta rough out the shape by studying the picture. If you can overlay a grid on a photo and then take some measurements of known components (pickups? or just go cavemen and measure nut to bridge of a known scale length. But it seems to me smaller measurements would be most useful) that might get you closer than what I got. My snakehead headstock is too short. If I did another one, I'd correct that.
There's a guy in the DIY forum who built a snakehead tele. I'd steal his dimensions for that.
Nice guitar, Mike.
Modern worship music needs more lap, pedal steel, mandolin and etc, to add musical "color" to the songs. I bought and play a 8 string lap steel .. folks love the tone it bring to songs, old and new.
Yeah, I agree. It feels silly trying to do a way huge arena song when you are in a small sanctuary of maybe 100 people or less. I learned to play lap steel, mandolin and a little bit of banjo and they've been great instruments to create a more intimate feel on a lot of songs. But they are seasoning, not entrees so a little bit goes a long way and overdoing it kinda kills the whole thing.
Robert Randolph might differ with your spice vs entree analogy
True... but RR grew up in the Sacred Steel guitar church movement. No Hammond B3's but a lot of lap / pedal steel guitars tuned to E7. Which I love,too.