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  1. Finished, ready to be played.
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  2. Got a real nice edge on the top plates which was hard because the intensity of the quilt caused all kinds of grain issues. I tried the jointer, sanding, scrapers etc, finally ended up shaving a thin layer off with the table saw and then some fine sanding. I need a name for my table saw, it’s such an elder statesman of tools. A 1950 Delta Unisaw with the old smaller horse cast iron induction motors. It’s such a great tool, I’ll try to get pics later. Then cut the center ebony core of the body to shape, plus the swamp ash outer wings which were also resawn to just over 1”, and glued all tha
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  3. So... STAGE 3!!! I filled the cracks with GluBoost Fill n' Finish, also using GluBoost Glu Dry Acelerador. It was a great product to work with. Seems like it does do the job. BUT! I wish I didn't use the "soldering build up technique". Too much material to sand-off... It will mean much more additional work. I would like to have gone "thinner". Well.. Nothing I can do about it now. Nevertheless, I'm really happy about what I am achieving. And actually... This is giving me pleasure (!?). I can't wait to do some additional cracking and blasting off!! ;D NEX
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  4. Got lots of work done today! top os glued on!
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  5. New updates from this week. Picukup and neck cavities open. Neck now have a pre-shape, and of course lots of raw cuts! LOL
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  6. Spent the last 2 hours level sanding the body and top with a Stew Mac leveling beam. They are flat enough that when you try and pick the top off the body it sticks to it for a bit.
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  7. Thanks @Bizman62 for all the great hand saw tips.
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  8. The front looks gorgeous... but the back is awesome
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  9. That's what I thought, too, knowing your nitpickiness. Reflections and the grain versus the pale pin stripes can create funny optical illusions at certain angles. I'd like to hold that in my hands to get a true grasp of it - then again as of lately my axe handling has been more on the townshendy side so it's definitely safer to keep some distance.
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