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Petersoyanov
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There it is guys  - the bench I was speaking about earlier. 

I need to mention again that this is not my idea. It was given to me by Nino Marsolo - A hobby luthier from Zurich. 

 

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mark bailey
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GREAT! Thanks for sharing that @petersoyanov

I'll be demoing a super simple version of this on Sat - Guitar Making Tech - Clamping and Holding

Measure twice, cut once...


   
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Petersoyanov
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@markbailey

this bench works best for repairs or mounting electronics... the instrument is up in the air held by a contraption so no tools bits and other stuff go underneath.

the second thing is it gives me much more working space and I can work more tidy with it. 

The biggest minus (for me in Switzerland) is that the parts I can't find easy in the shops. Or if I find them they are crazy expensive and making one of these goes over 600-700 chf. which is basically Stewmac's price for such a bench. 

For tomorrow I want to see the tips and tricks you got. Most likely I won't be able to see it live because then I am starting my Saturday shift. (I am a sush chef in a restaurant in Basel). 

 

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Awesome @petersoyanov

I have too many guitars...said no one in the world..ever!


   
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