Or as as I call them, a Gone Wrong, though my daughter reckon’s it was just a pure fail… It was bound to happen at some stage, not paying enough …
My aim when building a complete guitar is to create something unique, desirable and an absolute players instrument at an affordable price, it’s a very simple philosophy really.
Constructed in fully aged and seasoned timber that is chosen for tonal response and the look of the grain, not what is considered necessarily the norm for a solid body electric guitar.
Timbers chosen to date have been Radiata Pine, Silky Oak, Oregon, Nth QLD Black Walnut, American Black Walnut, Brazilian Mahogany, Queensland and Tasmanian Blackwood, which are then finished in either Nitro-Cellulose or Scandinavian Oil.
My primary interest is and has always been in building the bodies in the various styles for on sale and completion by the customer.
This something I found on the Web when I first started out, turning a hobby/passion into a small home based business in 2004, and has become a sort of mantra …
Some simple common sense to make life easier steps to take when building a solid body guitar, or any other thing that requires some heavy duty jigsaw work with tight …