Disputoman Posted May 10, 2005 Report Share Posted May 10, 2005 Last year, I made the decision to build a guitar after I accompanied my friend on a visit to a local luthier in my hometown. After aquiring a majority of the luthier's knowledge, I realized that my dream guitar is a Les Paul style with hallowed out cavities and a glued-in neck. However, I think that might be too formiddable a task for my first guitar because much of the books I have read suggest making a bolt-on neck guitar. Is making a glue-in neck guitar too hard for a beginning guitar? Also, my dad has two huge pieces of black walnut and maple(4'x0.5') that he said I could use for a guitar, therefore unlocking the possibilty of a neck-through body. Is a neck-through harder too make than the other two? Thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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