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SIMpleONe89

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  1. I suggest taking the extra time and effort to create working templates. I'm sure that template is fixable with bondo or something similar, but create working ones and leave this as the master. And it may be wise to remove as much material with drill bits. It's more tedious but it really helps prolong the life of your router bits.
  2. I think you need to take off more wood from the sides when you rough cut the neck. May be a bit dangerous to you and the work piece if you try to route too much material off. Thankfully it turned out well.
  3. That's beautiful! Especially with the hand tools. Is that body mahogany? It looks dark, like a stained mahogany.
  4. Thanks Andy and Carl. The Wilkinsons do sound decent for their price. I've used them in a les Paul before and for the price they sounded amazing.
  5. Thanks! I'm really pleased with how it turned out. It took a lot of work but I think it was worth it!
  6. Here's a quick demo of the bass. Please excuse the sloppy playing!
  7. That's a super neat wiring job. I'm so ashamed of mine...
  8. Where did you get those wood? I also did a poor man's burst on my recent strat. It's quite fun and rewarding if it turns out well.
  9. That finish looks amazing! Which wipe on poly did you use and how many coats?
  10. $3.34 for a fretboard? What sorcery is this?
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