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Discussion in 'Tele Home Depot' started by iansmitchell, Apr 3, 2009.
Exactly that one. It doesnt appear right...perhaps im just doing something wrong...
So here's the best I have found as of yet. I'm posting in case this helps someone else. If anyone does have a full scale JS guitar plan, feel free to share with me.
hello people I looked all over and found no topic PDF Guitar Mosrite Johnny Ramone
can someone help me?
Hi Andre, the only Mosrite plan I have is for the "Ventures II".
I've been searching everywhere for a Precision or Jazz neck drawing (not the '51). Does anyone know where I can find it? I've been to the usual sites pointed out in this thread and there is nothing but the '51.
Best I've found is the pdf of bass headstocks that has the end of a neck in it on a separate page. You draw a centerline on a board and glue the headstock in line with the centerline. Then measure from the nut to the bottom of the neck (23 13/16, or 605mm) and glue the neck end at that point. Now connect the nut to the end with a straight edge.
Thanks, just curious if anyone else has seen one. Drawing one out is Plan B and is fairly easy to do. I am surprised that there isn't one though due to the popularity of a Precision or a Jazz and there are so many neck drawings out there.
my next project, copy from https://sites.google.com/site/guitarplanscollection/pdf-files/fender-ish
sorry if listed in post above. just share found link
Would anybody be able to tell whether this neck plan would suite Terry's Revision E body pocket?
Has anybody seen it before, does somebody recognise it?
That is Ed Hawley's neck drawing from this forum. I used it with the Rev E drawing as I'm sure most have and it works just fine..
Yes, That is Ed's drawing.
So, does the width of this neck determine the string spacing of the nut?
I'm not sure what you mean. It's standard Tele width on both ends. Ed created the drawing from his mid 60's Tele. There are nut space calculators out there that give you the string spacing based on the width of the nut.
OK. You've answered it. I wasn't sure if the width of the neck determined the width of the nut. Is there a resource that states the nut width of teles from 50s to modern times?
Google is your friend and the source is right here on good old TDPRI: