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  1. It looks awsome. Thank you for sharing your design with us! I'm thinking of making one but in order to hold the Dremel in the Pantograph using this http://www.stewmac.com/Luthier_Tools/Tools_by_Job/Tools_for_Inlay_and_Pearl_Cutting/Precision_Router_Base/Precision_Router_Base.html I see the 3:1 ratio clearly, but how are you setting the depth of cut?
  2. It's a good thing that you had to add binding to that fretboard. Real wood binding looks very elegant.
  3. Wow, nice jig for curving that S top........to think that the only S type guitar I've built I used a wood plane makes me feel prehistoric. I love that "screwless" swith trick!
  4. I see that you already routed the trem resess and that shouldn't be a problem. What I personally find dificult is to make sure the bridge and neck are aligned and at the right distance for intonating. I sugest you insert the neck, then put on the 1st & 6th strings on the trem and use them to make sure everything is aligned before dilling in the trem posts. Then put in a pickup and make sure both strings are properlly intonated, it's always easier to do this before painting to avoid showing any mistakes.
  5. Please let us know how that bridge turns out! You mentioned Custom Humbuckers, who made them?
  6. Welcome to the Project Guitar Forum, Guitaraxz :-)

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