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Discussion in 'Tele Home Depot' started by Colt W. Knight, Jan 17, 2021.
Probably not much chance of that happening. I have maxed out!
I ordered a roasted maple neck blank for this guitar. I will probably do a lacquered headstock and hand rubbed oil finish on the back, but I am making no promises. Need to get my hands on the plank first.
Here is the latest installment.
it would be fun to see an Arlo West, Colt Knight TDPRI jam!
Does Arlo live up this way?
Yes, Lewiston IIRC.
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Lewiston looks to be about 100 miles or so from you.
Last I knew where Arlo was, he was a 'mainuh'...
I am so happy for all your developments Colt! I spent a little time in Maine and LOVE that state... one of my good childhood friends relocated there 35 years ago and loves it... and he lives in interior Maine! Very cool!
Great to see you back !
Howdy, Colt, welcome to Maine! I'm enjoying the videos. Please feel free to PM me if you get stuck looking for wood, or anything else I can help with; I may know a guy. I'm over in Biddeford. I look forward to meeting you, if you're ever down this way.
I haven't been to Maine since 2005, but it's truly unique. Not like any other state in the US.
Hi Bill, I'd be very interested in a possible wood source. Now that I am up and running, I'm hoping to do a lot of projects.
Don't know how I missed this thread. Welcome back Colt.
Hi, Colt! Very cool!
I left you a comment on vol 3!
Nice to actually "see" you building.
Welcome back! I took 6-months off last year too - but no-one missed me!
Thank goodness you didn't attempt to run the router along that edge! How many threads are here on the TDPRI bemoaning the fact that they ran a router along the edge and had an unrepairable tear-out. It's the sander every time for me!
Great thread and thanks for sharing.
It can be very tempting with a spiral router bit - very tempting. I quit routing the corners on necks a long time ago because of end-grain tear-out.
You and I, Sir, share the scars of our own impatience!
Hopefully others will see your video and have an epiphany! Then our suffering will not have been in vain!
Yep.. My Dad used to teach me.. nothing teaches ya as fast as experience... but it has the most costly tuition..
Well I'm a few days late, but welcome back, if I can say that as someone who quit being active on the forum? I do recall when you talked about doing a paper on guitars. I can't recall what exactly you were evaluating, but as I did my engineering degree, it definitely popped into my head, how you can explain all the "mojo" with some relatively basic science! What did you get your PH.D in, and what are you lecturing on?
These updates aint exactly daily, but I'm not dodling too awful much.