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Discussion in 'Tele Home Depot' started by Grosso, Jan 12, 2019.
IMG_5275 by Grosso posted Jan 12, 2019 at 2:50 PM
Here is a fret board I am working on
I do very subtle things. My initial go in the head of almost everything I make
This is the pickguard of a little 335 clone. The symbol is the logo of the owner's band ("Raining Sunshine"). Its a lefty....
another 335, this one is owned by Jac and he plays jazz....
I built a little parlor guitar for my daughter. Her spirit animal is the blue darner dragonfly.
The guitar itself is kind of blingie, but its a girl's guitar after all
I built some guitars out of hundred year old barn wood. There is a great horned owl that lives in the barn so I paid tribute
did a mandolin once upon a time. Pretty traditional with my initial
Otherwise nothing really fancy
Freeman wins. Thread over.
My classical build
Forgot the most complicated one:
A few of mine.
I did some inlay repairs. Replaced all the trapezoid inlays due to a missing one when I got the guitar.
A while back I put a little thread together on a few inlays from the height of the 1700 European furniture makers
Welcome aboard Grosso,
I wish something I've done was good enough to go in this threads company. Someday!
Hey I can't tell what your inlay picture is going to be.
some Harry Potter bling ..Hermione's wand and necklace, for one of my schoolgirl guitarists........
Yeah, but how'd he get the girl to hold still for the scapula inlay?
Japanese maple leaves along with my last name initial on the headstock and fretboard of this korina/maple LP DC variant
Nice work everyone! I’d share but my stuff is trash
Everyday I am pleased and impressed with the craftsmanship of the members here. Wow!
That's no reason not to share, I'll prove it.
All looks like hard work and lots of talent to do this stuff. Outa my League!!
Wow, some pretty amazing and imaginative work you all do! Beautiful stuff
Nothing too fancy here on this fretboard, just markers all the same shape. The multi-plys of binding was actually a lot harder
My first headstock inlay.
I've done this one on a few guitars. I usually do it out of white MOP and black epoxy, but I've also done it with antique piano ivory and epoxy.
Inlay, same as / matching binding material. Just using binding scraps. Note the heavy metal Umlaut!!!