Number_6 Posted December 28, 2006 Report Share Posted December 28, 2006 I built a homemade guitar a while ago using a pre-bought neck. This spring I'm planning to make my own neck for it, which would free up the old one for a new project. What if I got a comparatively small piece of, say, mahogany and attached the neck to that. This is what the pickups and bridge would be mounted on. I could then bend thin plywood to make sides, and create a top and bottom for it out of the thinnest, lightest plywood I could find. I know you aren't supposed to use plywood in building instruments, but if I use really thin stuff, and the centre block of wood is a typical electric guitar wood, and it's mostly hollow inside, is it going to sound good? Thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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