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john

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About john

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  • Birthday 06/22/1982

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  1. hello all, i maight as well throw mine in! i doubt i`ll get anywhere considering the quality of the other guitars but hey, why not! here she is: http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f294/sha..._1/IMG_1911.jpg http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f294/sha..._1/IMG_1907.jpg http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f294/sha..._1/IMG_1906.jpg http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f294/sha..._1/IMG_1903.jpg http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f294/sha..._1/IMG_1902.jpg http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f294/sha..._1/IMG_1901.jpg http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f294/sha..._1/IMG_1904.jpg http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f294/sha..._1/IMG_1909.jpg specs: mahogany body w/ contoured neck joint. 3pc mahognay neck ebony fretboard abalone side dots gotoh tuners schaller bridge Emg HZ pickup 1 vol, 1 tone just keepin it simple......
  2. i voted for mikeb - the B1 'june' i think it is a very classy looking axe, and has two very compelling features, the 31 fret neck and the pitch pine body, unusual but beautiful john.
  3. 1/ when making a neck, the first thing you should cut is the route for the truss rod, then do all your shaping! 2/ dont drink beer while making your guitar..... you WILL make mistakes. my €0.02 john.
  4. hey nice work!!! im guessing u are in the uk, cos im in ireland and i used that extramite glue, good stuff! also those black clamps...... they rock!!! i have four of them, bought them in Lidl for just few €`s
  5. In order to accurately digitize a waveform, the sampling rate has to be at least twice the frequency of the waveform. Since the highest audio frequency is 20kHz, the sampling is done at 44.1kHz which is a bit more than double. get this, one of my lectures recently told us of a possible move to a new cd recording standard of 48khz sampling rate,apparently some ppl can hear the difference... have you heard anything of this , or is it just speculation? john.
  6. Excellent tutorial jeremy, i WILL be referring to that!
  7. http://europa.spaceports.com/~fishbake/ This site has it all! , strat les paul , homemade pickups , various electronics etc... For some excellent info on hardwoods , tonal char. Strength, etc...: http://www.rampartguitars.com/ to visit the hardwood description section go to: http://www.rampartguitars.com/Tonewoods.htm For those of you wanting to build a brian may replica http://www.boardsprep.com/mp3/introduction.htm: Thats all for now.
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