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Hi to everybody, I hope to write in the correct section. If it isn't so, please mods move this topic to the correct section. I've made a custom headless guitar. It's a very compact guitar but it's about 2cm wider of a stratocaster in its widest point. The result it's that it's not fit in a standard stratocaster case. I bought a jaguar hard case but it's exaggeratedly long for my guitar. I've made a compact, travel friendly guitar and I have to use a n enormous case. I was quite disappointed so I decided to build my own case. I decided to document the entire process in order to make a tutorial that will be useful to those who want to challenge themselves in the construction of their own case. Everything was made in my garage: all you need are a saw, rivets, riveter and a drill. I bought aluminum parts for intruments case from Thoman and a 120cmX120cm multilayer from a local bricolage store which they've even cut it from my specs. This is the wood cut I used a vinilic glue to glue the parts Some clamps to avoid using too many clamps I used some screws to fix the gluing Repeated it for each side (I used some spacers to maintain straight the glued sides). The lower side was made Next the upper side Both Matching test Here are the edges' protections cutted to measure