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stevenhoneywell

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About stevenhoneywell

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  • Birthday 07/16/1975

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  1. ...."Stylish Classical Guitar"....
  2. I would love to see a video of the "superbass" being tuned up and ripping itself apart. "It is playable, but you would have to be called Hagrid to be able to play it"
  3. watch out...the 14 stringer will have a volume AND tone control....!!!
  4. very true. I only do repair work to friends/recommendations. I have a "normal" job which keeps me very busy. I don't charge a lot. I enjoy it and do it for fun. If people want a fast turn around, go to a local shop and pay for that kind of service....sometimes I can do things the same weekend, other times it could be a couple of weeks....I explain this to me friends/clients...if they don't like it, I won't be offended if they go elsewhere. At the end of the day, I keep my word on what I do and I don't rip anyone off. I could do a lot more if wanted but I'd rather work on my builds (plus i have
  5. I've got a sunburst one and I was thinking of selling it but it's such a buyer's market and there aren't that many ppl who would want one instead of LP. On the Pro side, it's quite a nice guitar and it's not too weighty (compared to my LP)
  6. the old Tele's from 72 ( maybe the Deluxe or the Custom) had a strat neck straight into the "square" pocket. As for reshaping the headstock, I've done it a couple of times it will easily fit
  7. Can you use a veneer for a neck laminate. I'm thinking of using some 0.6mm veneer (Walnut) between two pieces of rock maple. How thin can you go?
  8. In case anyone hasn't seen this, have a look at this travel guitar http://blog.wired.com/gadgets/2007/03/centrefold_guit.html[post=http://blog.wired.com/gadgets/2007/03/centrefold_guit.html]http://blog.wired.com/gadgets/2007/03/centrefold_guit.html
  9. you could try veneering your fingerboard but that would depend on how high your frets are
  10. This is only an idea....I've never tried it so please don't shoot me if it doesn't work. You could try and add some rosewood coloured stain to some clear nail polish and use the little brush to cover them up. *Naturally, test this out before doing on the actualy guitar*
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