WolframMalukker
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RE: Had an amazing thing happen

No way you're a Glasscock. My grandmother was a Glasscock, are you kin to any Pearsons or Thomases?

7 months ago
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RE: Going the other way this time-A Baritone?

So I worked on getting the top ready to glue down today, but it's not gonna go together easily. I flexed the top a little today, and heard a little po...

7 months ago
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RE: Going the other way this time-A Baritone?

Picked this up again today, did some looking and measuring again, and I have settled on a back access shape. Now I can finally move forward on the bod...

7 months ago
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RE: Had an amazing thing happen

HA! Imagine finding a guy from the US on a UK forum, who's 30 minutes east of you. I'm over in Bowling Green, @rathius . That guitar looks awesome a...

7 months ago
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RE: Going the other way this time-A Baritone?

Haven't had time to fool with this over the summer. Things have gotten away from me a bit but I now have 14 guitar pedal designs up through the engine...

12 months ago
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RE: Going the other way this time-A Baritone?

Next up, I had already glued up the top, which you got a glimpse of up above this post. It's still thicker than I want, but it's pretty soft too s...

1 year ago
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RE: Going the other way this time-A Baritone?

Got a little work done on this this week, last week of school. Hopefully things continue going well, however I don't like the way the CNC software for...

1 year ago
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RE: Going the other way this time-A Baritone?

Due to some other obligations, I haven't made it as far as I'd like to by now. I did get the top jointed and glued, and lightly sanded, but not thickn...

1 year ago
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RE: Going the other way this time-A Baritone?

I am more concerned about glue joint area than I am side wall strength. My bridge and fretwire showed up today, so I got to ogle the guitar jewelry a ...

1 year ago
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RE: Going the other way this time-A Baritone?

More work on this today. (And the Uke!) I sanded the first 6 coats of clear coat on the Ukulele with some 800 grit, making sure NOT to cut through, ...

1 year ago
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RE: Going the other way this time-A Baritone?

The mildew is mostly contained and nothing touched it that didn't also cause issues. I ran the boards through the thickness sander and was able to get...

1 year ago
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RE: Going the other way this time-A Baritone?

Copied the body outline and cut it out, layed it over the body blank to see what it could be. I found the bridge and fretwire I want to use at a good ...

1 year ago
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RE: Going the other way this time-A Baritone?

Did a little sketching, the only things that are actually measured are scale length, maximum string spacing possible, and the neck-to-body joint locat...

1 year ago
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RE: Going the other way this time-A Baritone?

I think I have a plan now. 27.5" scale length, bone nut (because I have half a dozen bone blanks) sapele body, sapele neck (once I find a piece the ri...

1 year ago
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RE: Going the other way this time-A Baritone?

Tomorrow I have to go in to school and do some cleaning up. I'll take photos of the two one-piece blanks I have, and the top that I want to use. Mor...

1 year ago
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RE: Is it normal to fork a project mid-build?

One of these days I have to try again to get the body properly finished. After that, just have to tidy up the pickguard and get the second pickup woun...

1 year ago
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RE: Is it normal to fork a project mid-build?

So, my string gauges as recommended to me by D'Addarrio and Ernie Ball: Ernie Ball Recommendation: Strings:Heavy gauge - 20lbs tensionHigh G 0.014...

2 years ago
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RE: Is it normal to fork a project mid-build?

17" scale-would be considered a "tenor" uke. I have the explorer body that is getting the gibson style bridge so I haven't cut the neck pocket yet bec...

2 years ago
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RE: Is it normal to fork a project mid-build?

Been a long time-and it's still not finished. I did make some progress but the color's gotta be cut back and done again, I did not sand to a fine enou...

2 years ago
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