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  1. Man, you are an equal opportunity international shopper! SR Oh, thank goodness for EBay, and I can replace the handle rather than buy a new router. Yes, it is kind of fun knowing that bits from different places in the world are coming together to make a guitar. A few months back I was searching for a Vox Lil Night Train, a 2 watt tube amp, I rang about 10 shops, I couldn't find one anywhere. My friend Mick found one on EBay that was in Cyprus, so I bought it I made the scarf joint sanding sled today, and put the scrap, practise wood in it Sled on the rails Works OK
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  2. This will be my first entry to GOTM, but not my first build. I am simply calling this the MS Strat. This was originally built simply to be a beater guitar, but as I let the idea roll around, I decided I would try a multiscale strat, simply because I hadn't seen one. Believe it or not, this is my first strat, both possession and build wise. This is build 15-ish for me, made in the garage. No build thread, as I was too busy working to snap pictures and such. Just the results of an obsessed hobbyist. Relevant specs: - Basswood body - Chechen neck with curly maple skunk stripe, Danish oil and wax finish - Bloodwood fretboard with abalone side and face dots - Multiscale, 25.5 to 24.5625", 8th perp, zero fret - Electronics are just stock inexpensive ones. I am thinking this may become a test bed for a sustainer and other mods - Bridge was made from a chunk of aluminum I had kicking around. This was orginally drilled for a standard bridge, so the bridge needed to cover the through holes on top - Nitrocellulose over my own color creation for the body - Brushed hardware
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