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demonx

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  1. A few images from the build video in the previous post:
  2. It’s been quite a while since I’ve posted here, busy running the guitar business and keeping its social media pages up to date, however I’m hoping this video will somewhat make up for my lack of attendance! This video is a detailed compilation of mobile phone footage showing the Graveyard II guitar evolve from timber blanks to a completed guitar, including the pickup making and final setup! I hope you enjoy! https://youtu.be/trSIZqlzkBA
  3. There are several on my property which are a couple hundred years old, both vertical and horizontal The Vertical ones are all filled in, the horizontal ones are not however have unknown things living in them which is enough to keep me away. I've seen the mozzies at the entrance fresh animal tracks and no thanks. It's the mozzies I'm more afraid of than the four legged inhabitants!
  4. Thanks guys, and Prostheta, even though the Rosette may seem simple, it was a real pain. The two I did before looked much more complex and were a lot easier!
  5. Latest build video - I hope you like it: https://youtu.be/nCFoT68IdJs
  6. I had the large model of this exact router. When it was new, it was great. After a couple of years the thing was a piece of crap. It virtually shakes itself apart. Speed controller needs to be held by tape so it doesn't roll around. Base falls apart. Micro adjustment moves. Base jams up making it hard to drop and change cutting bits. The WORSE thing about the whole router, worse than above is the collet that is supplied with it is a cheap piece of junk and after not very long, once it's lost it's newness it stops holding the router bit. For example, one neck pocket I wa
  7. Latest video I put together, I hope you guys like it. https://youtu.be/n8EgK1IKWKE Here's the Fuscia one all put together: https://youtu.be/oDL34qlF264
  8. Something just as shiny but not quite as bright:
  9. Customer wanted bright metallic pink, after some discussion we agreed on some color samples and this fuscia variation was decided on. It's sprayed over a metallic silver and the fuscia candy is full of pearl.
  10. Not a whole lot going on guitar wise here with the packing up of the workshop etc, but here are a few paint progress pics of current builds:
  11. Oh well, guess I'll just have to make more video/slideshows then!
  12. I was simply copying image URL's from my Searls Guitars facebook page, so either this site has stopped recognizing the facebook url, or facebook has stopped people using pictures like that, however I don't believe it's on the facebook end as I've done the same thing on other sites like my own forum and the images work fine.
  13. My control cavities were one of my points of focus in my major redesign stage, not only does the new cavity look much better, as well as having a unique shape to make the rear of the guitar easily identifiable as one of mine, there were more important functional improvements made also. More distance between the jack and the tone pot, more meat added around the jack area, way more space added in the cavity so I can easily add extra electronics as required. As far as the "new toys", I've purchased every single one for a reason. The only "new toy" I've purchased over the
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