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Urumiko

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  1. Hi all. I'm based in north east England. I'm thinking of making a couple of builds akin to a gold top let paul. I'm wondering if anyone knows where i can buy plain maple/sycamore caps, or boards to process down. I haven't seen anything that works out cheaper than lower grade flame maple caps.
  2. Given how long its taking me to make my first guitar i'm not in danger of needing branding for a company any time soon, but it doesn't hurt to think about logos and branding etc. I've pretty much resided to the fact its Doing to be David Imrie Guitars (DIG). I'd thought about something made up like.. Blue Tree Guitars Weird Tree Guitars and something geographical around my location. But names seem to work. I doodled (roughly in paint) some logo ideas. Thoughts?
  3. Fair comment. I did go over the lines with a blade but to be honest the blade was much thinner than the saw so didn't do much to get it started.
  4. Finlayson factory tour... lol Yeah I actually bought a 2nd hand Coolpix type camera that I want to permanently mount above the bench as a 2nd cam. I also have a google pixel phone that films better than my SLR in some respects. Its just a bit confined for space in the shed, and my time is limited enough without faffing with 3 cameras. lol All these plans hinging on getting the new workshop space sorted. The optimum tripod position is also the optimum place to stand. One thing that's worth noting: I think is Me n Thee both have our benches against the wall. If you have a bench in the center or the room, a la mr Crowe it makes it a lot easier to get the camera in close without being in the way.
  5. Lol. Yeah I don't think there is much between me n ash in terms of quality of vids any more, although I'm slightly jealous of his multi camera setup. I have a tendency to talk a lot more about my thoughts which I think could bore some people but interest others. I think the main difference is he puts in several hours a night and I only put in a couple of hours a week if that. So by this point despite starting around the same time he's many builds in and has more experience to pass on. He sounds a lot more like he knows what he's doing, where as I'm just learning. I think most people want taught how to do stuff. I suppose on a subscriber to guitars produced ratio I'm still winning though.
  6. Funnily enough I had all three of those thoughts The mitre box is too shallow I could extend the height of it fairly easily with some shims.. but I think I will be ok if I just measure carefully and take my time. The idea for plugging the hole is cool but I couldn't think of anything that I thought would look right and be an easy fit. Thanks as always for watching. Having a bit of a head scratched at the moment. I can't seem to pick up new subscribers
  7. Latest vid is up... I think I overdid It with the dust and glue https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBkMBe4u4Dw&feature=youtu.be I'm thinking for the 2nd attempt after taking much care to draw the frets... score with a craft knife then freehand saw again
  8. Latest is up. I feel this is one of the more interesting vids...
  9. Latest vid is up: I made a bad call in covering the back of my headstock in temporary spray adhesive. Anyone know a good way to get goo off? Its weak glue. feels like soap n water would do it but don't want to soak if for obvious reasons.
  10. haha. Yes that would have been sensible. I don't show it in the video but if you look closely i did actually cut the very end before sanding as I found sanding in to end grain a lot slower. Yes it is the same with most electronics. Screen panels are a good modern example.
  11. Latest vid is up. Trying out my new bobbin sander shaping the headstock. Does anyone else have the VonHaus version or experience using them Vs triton?
  12. Ok... i'll Admit it.. Ben Crowe.. im one of those IT techs who spent too long on youtube and got hooked.
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