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Discussion in '2012 TDPRI Tele Build Challenge' started by kwerk, Mar 13, 2012.
I'm a glutton for punishment.
can't wait to see this one...
you and me both!
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Seriously, good luck kwerk. I can't wait to see what you do this year.
Oh great - what will you inspire me with this time? I'm still trying to master the roman numeral dot markers you turned me onto. No I haven't had much success in case you were wondering .
I really enjoyed your last years build, looking forward to this one.
Loved your guitar last year kwerk. Best of luck buddy!
Glad to see you in my friend, good luck to you Phil!
Looking forward to this one; I'll learn a lot.
Maybe with a little luck, there won't be an earthquake this year to slow ya down. . .
So am I. I'll be watching closely.
Hey kwerk , glad to see you are in .
Did someone ask for punishment? If so you came to the right place.
So this year the gears will turn also? Good luck and have fun.
Is this one going to be a steam powered locomotive Tele?
Pencils, laser beams, croc skins, shells, old clocks and plastic, just how it should be .
Good luck Mate!
Well, I'm not gonna tell you what I'm doing straight away, but it won't be anywhere near as complex a project as last year's was.
Still sticking with the weird materials though, this year I'm using a product called "wood". I have expectations it will work well for this kind of thing.
What I will say is that the guitar is a tribute to a couple of forum members. It would give the game away if I said anymore about that at this stage.
This will be my first guitar with a "painted" finish. I use the word "painted" with quotations becuse, well, you'll see why soon enough. I'm gonna get down to designing in the next couple of days, and hopefully have my materials/proof pic and a start made on them before the weekend, when the floodgates OPEN!!
Oh, and thanks for the kind words everyone.
Gotta remember to buy a couple of months paid subscription on Photobucket for uninterrupted viewing. I'll add that to the build list.
Phil, very glad you're participating.
You say that you've spent much less time thinking about
your entry this year.
I figure we can take the difference in spectacularness between
your entry this year and last, take the difference in how
many hours you planned, and get a spectacularness/hour
number for you.