There is no stain. Just woods of different colors. Wenge, purpleheart, bloodwood and ebony.
My first build took me about 10 months. The second about 6 months. But since then, I've done them in 3 weekends. The guitar people have responded...
Kerfing isn't rigid, so it probably won't make the sides keep their shape. I should think gluing on the top or back would do that.
I've done both, a number of times, and I have never felt as though it made much if a difference either way.
If it makes you feel better, go for it.
The scale length is usually measured to the witness point (the place where the vibrating length of the string intersects with the saddle) of the...
For sale is one JessEm brand Rout-r-Lift II and a router, which is a Porter-Cable 892.
Lift: ROUT-R-LIFT II
Router: Porter Cable Product Details...
Tapping has been a traditional part of Hungarian folk music for centuries. It's been used in the US since the early 1930s.
A lot of 1/4" plexi/lexan is actually 0.236" thick, or 6mm. Make sure to measure it with a caliper before you route to final depth.
Seems like a bass drum pedal could be rigged up to it....
Damn, man. Those look sharp.
Drywall compound is a hell of a lot cheaper and doesn't stink like death.
It's cool...but it's $79.90. Ridiculous.
Damn man. That's gorgeous.
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I've sprayed clear over tru-oil and minwax tung oil finish, but those are more like varnishes than "pure" BLO. At any rate, you'll need to strip...
Beautiful work, Knarb.
And on that note, I think I shall hang up my tools.
I use it for filling knots and large pores, and fret slots.
Make sure you use nice carbide bits, like Freud or Whiteside. That will help them cut cleanly.
I would. It's cheap and easy.
That alder body kind-of reminds of Jens Ritter's "damaged desktop" finish.
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