Clinton
Clinton
@clinton
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Joined: May 29, 2020
Last seen: May 18, 2024
Topics: 43 / Replies: 686
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RE: Triumvirate

Beautiful pieces!

6 days ago
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RE: Metal Machine

The Purple Metal Machine. Push pull split coils too

3 months ago
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RE: Metal Machine

@brie Poplar is great. Inexpensive hardwood. Mellow ring tone, stable, not heavy and a charm on your tools. It gets a bad rap but I love it. Not as ha...

3 months ago
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RE: Metal Machine

@liebe Poplar

3 months ago
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RE: Metal Machine

Going Purple

3 months ago
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RE: Post your music..

The Hell If I’d Know

6 months ago
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7 months ago
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RE: A pair of SS Stangs

The last mile is the hardest mile

8 months ago
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RE: Neck wood

@tv101 carbon fiber is necessary for longer necks not so much guitars but primarily bass guitars especially if using certain types of tonewoods. If yo...

8 months ago
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RE: A pair of SS Stangs

Also applying the first coat wiping it with 2000 grit sand paper acts as a grain filler(Only do so for natural no stain application)

8 months ago
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RE: A pair of SS Stangs

@tv101 Yes! For sure. Do not worry about streaking because I forgot to mention, once you apply the initial coat that you are pleased with, you wait 4 ...

8 months ago
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RE: A learning day

@tv101 I concur. I have router table and used it once. Very handy and useful but not necessary for my fingers.

8 months ago
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RE: A pair of SS Stangs

6 coats wipe on poly oil based

8 months ago
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RE: A pair of SS Stangs

@tv101 Much welcome. Very pleasing warm gloss natural looking results. No fuss and easy enough. No weeks of curing drying time. One hour intervals per...

8 months ago
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RE: A pair of SS Stangs

@swepri Oil base much preferred for guitar finishing.

8 months ago
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RE: A pair of SS Stangs

@tv101 @Koendb Keda dye, then 3 coats of Tru Oil to seal and I buff with steel wool, clean off then 6 coats of Wipe On Poly with wet sanding slightly ...

8 months ago
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RE: A pair of SS Stangs

@boo Yes wipe on poly, I sealed the dye with a couple of coats of tru oil first prior to poly. Works like a charm.

8 months ago
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RE: A pair of SS Stangs

@russ the laundry is also in my workshed

8 months ago
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