Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Tele Home Depot' started by guitarbuilder, Nov 26, 2011.
Looks great, Kinghat!
Filling the voids in some mesquite with dyed epoxy.
Just mix up the epoxy and add a drop of dye. Then spackle it into the voids. I scraped and sanded it flush already and it looks pretty good. The dye doesn't seem to effect the drying time or the hardness of the epoxy. I thought I had pics of it sanded down but I'll have to take them again and post later.
a nice warm day .....
did a round over/neck pocket on the mustang... and put another clear coat on the lefty....
and did a few loads of washing....
Painting the front of my 5C3 clone.
Did you coat the surface with anything to avoid glue like staining?
I've thought about tinting the epoxy too... did it take longer to dry? when I added glitter the 5 mintue stuff it took a few hours to dry.
Body blanks glued up for a pair of electric violins my daighter and I are working on.
And a visitor.
A batch of templates fresh off the CNC:
Nothing on the wood other than epoxy and dye. I've got it scraped and haven't seen any staining or discoloration of the surrounding wood. It did take quite a while to dry, I ended up just leaving it overnight and it was fine to scrape the next day.
Swear to God I still build Tele's but I haven't had a RFQ for one in four years here's this months project.
tnt423, that is sweet!!!
you keep turning out guitars as hot as that one and you WONT be building a tele fr quite some time
Well thanks just got a RFQ for a sorta Modified Tele today, sent the bid and we'll see.
What's an RFQ?
Request For Quotation
That sounds commercial.....so I'll ask no more, don't want to trip you up into breaking forum rules.
Bling machine head washers...Oh, yeh....you saw it here first.....
holo flake and spray poly clear.... one way to cover rusty washers..
going on a school chick 'Stang....