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Not in-it-to-win-it, but here is my first ever completed build. Spec Top / Control Cover: English Walnut Body: 1 piece Poplar Neck: 1 piece Khaya Fretboard: Baked Maple, 10” Radius, Green Clay Dot Markers Frets: 22 medium jumbo, nickel Headstock Cap: Burled Elm Scale: 24.75” Bridge/Machine Heads: Gotoh Pickup: Monty’s Guitars J90 (superb pickup) Plate: Copper (made by Indra Guitars, Hastings UK) Wiring Harness: James’ Home of Tone pre-wired LPJ Weight: Bugger-all - the poplar was the weight of a frisbee... Finish: Crimson Guitars high build penetrating finishing oil, gold grain fill, green stain: “What if 6 really was 9” but local paint maker
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Been trying to make something out of some scrap Agba (Nigerian Cedar) and plain Maple. It’s very freeing to just go at a piece of wood, with no real regard to consequences. I suspect it might end up as an electric mandolin...