That's a REAAAAALLY old one. No more of that stuff, for sure.
The paint work was done by Stike at Rowyco Kustom Finishes. I "satinized" the back of the neck by sanding with 1200 grit and careful taping.
Thanks! The tort binding came from Allparts. This one has the red tort on it. If I could do anything different with this guitar, I would have...
Just finished this Galaxy V.
3pc maple neck thru/set thru into a mahogany body with maple cap. Rosewood fretboard, MOP hollow block...
No, he taught me how to do what I needed to do, and got me started in Rhino. :)
Mike Potvin is the greatest human alive.
Things are so much better right now.
I've casually skimmed through that before and I'm checking it out again, but it doesn't (so far) answer my main question of "how?"
I've been able...
Irritating story (somewhat) short:
I can draw anything with a pencil. I can't draw anything on a computer. I'm pretty computer literate, so...
Thanks man. I wasn't suggesting theft; it's all good. :)
Nope; a friend with a vinyl cutter runs a bunch of them for me at once. You can probably have any sign shop cut some for you.
Agree that the body is still too long. Print it out full size which may help you scale things. Bottom looks familiar ;)
Definitely get the Stewmac base; it's great.
Inlays are CNC'ed.
Here's some stuff I'm doing while rearranging the shop and waiting for some fun tools to show up:
Elita #1 and #2 - black limba on the left,...
Thanks! They're never really hard to let go, though; I'm happy when the guitars are...
Looks like there's going to be two of them; someone just placed an order.
Roughing in the backshape. I love Microplanes.
Who loves contours? Me. That's who.
Added a matching...
Mine is just how I sign.
I've tried the Stewmac one, the flush cut nipper from Fastcap, and a set of channel lock nippers. I primarily use SS wire, and so far, the Stewmac...
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