cpak82 Posted March 8, 2005 Report Share Posted March 8, 2005 I have an old beater P-Bass body that I am modifying. I was wondering if anyone had ever taken a previously solid-body bass (or guitar), routed cavites out from the back, made a recess around the edge (like for the rear control cavity cover) and inlaid a thin piece of wood over the hole, thus making a semihollow body. I would cut f-holes on the front of the instrument, and use wood putty and grainfiller on the back to make the inlaid pieces flush. I have planned the recesses and the f-holes and they won't interfere with the pickup cavities or the bridge. Has anyone else done that? Does anyone have any advice or stories? Thanks. -colin Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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