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Making a Bass

Discussion in 'Tele Home Depot' started by rscalzi, Oct 11, 2013.

  1. rscalzi

    rscalzi Tele-Afflicted

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    Thanks to all who stopped by to comment or just have a look at my build.

    Posting a final shot after setup and calling it a day on this project.
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    This build has done what I set out to do which was get some motivation/desire to go back and finish the 2 12 string builds I started almost a year ago.
    Heading there now to start up on the 360ish version and then the Teleish version.
    This is where it will be.....

    http://www.tdpri.com/forum/tele-home-depot/367942-attempting-12-string-build.html
     
  2. TeleSky

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    Seriously awesome. I love that burst!
     
  3. Skub

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    Very cool indeed.
     
  4. rscalzi

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    Thanks guys!
     
  5. allen082

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    This is fantastic! Great job!
     
  6. Shoved BassVIII

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    Nicely done and great bass.
     
  7. brookdalebill

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    You don't fool around when you make a bass!
    Dang, nice work!
     
  8. src9000

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    Nice work. Congrats.
     
  9. rscalzi

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    Thanks!
     
  10. Jacaranda

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    Looks like some great work on this one - great job.

    I'd like to see some details on the sanding block jig - loooked very useful
     
  11. jadedsoul

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    That is mega. you using ric parts ? i realy dig this one. thanks for taking the time to share, do you think you could share some plans on your binding jig ? I could really use that. Thanks again. If you share the binding jig ill have a go later on. :)
     
  12. rscalzi

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    For this one, the pickups/tuning pegs/pots and knobs are ric parts. The bridge is a copy, but I may get a real one later.

    I'll post a little info on the binding jig later when I get back home from the holiday.
     
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