mistermikev Posted February 14, 2018 Report Share Posted February 14, 2018 Hello folks. Recently posted about doing studs for a 2 point tremolo. Happy to say I have acquired a modest 13" drill press so - going in the right direction anyway! I was thinking... could just drill the holes... but what about a jig that would help me get it right afa a parallel line. I was thinking... maybe take two pieces of pine and build a 'T' that would sit in the trem rout covering the area where the stud would go. Then get the one hole marked and drill, then flip the T so the hole is on the other side? does that make sense? I suppose this would only work as well as I am able to line up the drill bit to that hole in the pine then. Am I wasting effort thinking about it - should I just drill the hole? Measure twice drill once? There's a lot of smart people in here, so surely someone has something better? (keeping in mind I don't have the throat depth to make a jig that would allow me to drill one then slide along a rear parallel to drill the other) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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