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Discussion in 'Tele Home Depot' started by guitarbuilder, Nov 26, 2011.
I have the first fruits of my first go at winding a pickup bobbin:
But after four tries, I got this:
Which clocks in at this:
That's pretty cool!
It was an accident and now it's in the workshop, I carried this almost a mile because there was no way to get there with a car...
What type of wood?
That ash slab is gorgeous!
In the shop for maintenance, set up, fret polish. Party on Garth!
Quick and easy today.... I had to make a lefty out of this one for a kid at school who is starting guitar lessons...... I think it came from a flea market/garage sale...
just swapped the strings over, lowered the bridge piece, tuned the nut slots and gave it a bit of a clean/polish.......
I hope he likes it and becomes a player..... I'll give him 6 months to see if he takes it on before making him a lefty solid body...
You're a good bloke Trev!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Plywolf. Baltic birch plywood body. Left over parts and pieces.
Interesting tuner choice. Never seen that before but it really fits well.
Hardware was all leftovers from previous builds, rebuilds and repairs. Seemed a shame to let it sit in the drawers. Wasn't sure about it when I started but it's growing on me. In fact I'll go out on a limb and say that I like it.
I like it as well
I never have such a bridge left over in the drawer
Great job Darrin!
In all fairness I was given several boxes of leftover guitar parts. Thanks to PV for his generosity. Gives me an excuse to use them and build more guitars.
It looks like Ikea finally got it right.
I like that.
Bloodwood and mahogany pickup covers for my Photon guitar build: