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  1. backwoodsmark
    backwoodsmark Vernici Liuteria
    hello vernici. I have been trying to find a varnish to use on acoustic guitars. I haven't found anything that dries hard enough. I wondered if you have a varnish that would work. thank you. or if any one out there has a suggestion I would appreciate in.
  2. Mjs1973
    Mjs1973 aeleus
    I just saw your posting on the ric 325. I've been looking for dimension and specs to build one of my own. My father is a cabinet maker of 40yrs and we wanted to do a project. I originally picked the ric 330 to build but i can't find any info. Is it possible you can send me the plans/spec sheets that you used? I made this account just to contact you!thx

    Matt

    Scermj@farmingdale.edu
  3. Wolf Guitar Master
    Wolf Guitar Master
    ⚪ Indonesian Luthier Handmade Original HQ Custom Repair #wolfpricelist +6281294547638 wolfguitarmaster.com
  4. BRIZ
    BRIZ
    Noob here any help I can get on a list of tool for building from scratch would be appreciated. Thanks!
  5. BRIZ
    BRIZ
    I play a bit, tinker with electronics, and now want to start building.
  6. ken
    ken
    Newbie here
  7. Tonedragon
    Tonedragon
    Slightly annoyed
  8. Miguel Sandoval
    Miguel Sandoval Alex
  9. Loren Smith
    Loren Smith
    Building a '62 Jag, building a Chimera out of an old Hagstrom body and playing in a grunge/punk band.
  10. Kenni
    Kenni
    Currently working on a Tradition Les Paul S20M in beautiful Metallic Emerald Green!
  11. sosay
  12. sosay
    sosay ifti
    JAoin the nut line with the line on head stock,cut the neck out using a knife and straigt edge. stick it to your template timber,cut out with jig saw,sand to perfection,now use that template to make a beter one using a router and patern bit,good luck.
    googl STUART MC DONALD FRET CALCULATER for you measurements
  13. sosay
    sosay ifti
    this is how i drew my telecaster neck out.
    Get some tracing paper and draw a line 475mm long,
    Use a square to draw your nut line on the left,42mm,so 21mm each side.
    use a square to draw the end of the neck 58mm so 29mm each side
    Now join the edge lines.
    You can now choose your head stock from this site http://www.gitarrebassbau.de/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=6

    I
  14. sosay
    sosay ifti
    i had to draw my own neck out,then i glued the board on and routed to the neck,it worked out fine,then i ordered the stewart mcdonald fender fret rule
  15. Kent Löfstedt
    Kent Löfstedt Alex
    Hello! I am on my way to build a precision bass but I don't have a blueprint. Tried to open the link on the side but it don't works. I have a precision fro, 1964 to copy from but it would have been nice to have a blueprint. Maybe you can help me! Thanks a lot if you can. /kent.lofstedt@musicland.se
  16. Tonedragon
  17. ifti
    ifti
    I need guitar strat fingerboard blueprint pdf can u help me please?
    1. sosay
      sosay
      there are not a lot of prints going around the forums,and if there is i have not seen many,especially fret board measurements,you should just draw it out yourself,then google the stue mc donald fret position calculator,it worked fine for me,i could not find a good enough neck pdf,so done it myself,now i will never need a neck print again
      Nov 29, 2016
    2. sosay
      sosay
      all you need to know is the scale length/neck width/thickness and use the stue mc fret calculator,i would reccomend you try it
      Nov 29, 2016
    3. sosay
      sosay
      hay,did you find what you were looking for r did you ty it yourself?
      Dec 19, 2016
  18. sosay
    sosay Adam
    yeh it looks good,some nice guitars in there cheers,i spend most my time on tdpri as i am building a tele, but i will be looking in on sevenstring to check it out
  19. sosay
    sosay Adam
    hay Adam, how are ya ,look ,straight to the point,,,where is everyone? am i missing something,or is this site very quiet?cheers.
    1. Adam
      Adam
      This place used to be more happening, but a lot of people either moved on or got too busy with their companies. The Luthier section on sevenstring.org is much more populated, it's a great resource as well.
      Sep 9, 2016
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  20. sosay
    sosay Aaron V
    WELCOME Aaron , yeh throw some pics up when you get a chance,and there is your first like,ahhhhhhhh