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Unread 11-16-2008, 07:14 PM   #2051
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It is my self build custom with bubinga / ash body Kahler brider planet waves tuners. 27" scale and 28 frets
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Unread 11-16-2008, 09:57 PM   #2052
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I like the kitty and the geet guitar

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Unread 11-17-2008, 07:16 PM   #2053
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Unread 11-21-2008, 12:15 PM   #2054
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Unread 11-21-2008, 10:40 PM   #2056
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Unread 11-22-2008, 03:51 AM   #2057
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That purple(?) Ibanez looks awesome man.
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Its a DBK which is dark black but it seems to have turned a bit purple which is awesome.

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Picked up another 747 in Blue Mist Silver yesterday. Minty fresh at a local GC... My first Carvin with a rosewood board. Very happy.


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I figured I might as well post this here since I haven't finished it anway. I got bored and decided to start mocking up the 7 string I want to build in my school's 3D lab (i'm a freshman at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design). It's a mix between a Schecter C7, and Ibanez RGA, and an Agile Septor 727 pro. Wishful thinking on the design in general, particularly with the myrtyle burl wings and birdseye maple neck, plus a neck-through as a first guitar build is probably a bad idea. HA.

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Unread 11-24-2008, 05:19 AM   #2069
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I figured I might as well post this here since I haven't finished it anway. I got bored and decided to start mocking up the 7 string I want to build in my school's 3D lab (i'm a freshman at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design). It's a mix between a Schecter C7, and Ibanez RGA, and an Agile Septor 727 pro. Wishful thinking on the design in general, particularly with the myrtyle burl wings and birdseye maple neck, plus a neck-through as a first guitar build is probably a bad idea. HA.
I wouldn't say it's a bad idea at all. You avoid things like neck pocket screw ups. It takes as much care, but requires different steps. Don't sell yourself short.
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Unread 11-24-2008, 07:44 AM   #2070
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Unread 11-24-2008, 11:51 AM   #2071
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I wouldn't say it's a bad idea at all. You avoid things like neck pocket screw ups. It takes as much care, but requires different steps. Don't sell yourself short.
I was hoping you or any of the other luthiers here would reply, so thanks. I pretty much have 4 years to make that guitar, so I think I'm gonna start with bolt-ons until i think I'm ready to tackle a neck-through, but your comment sure is reassuring. After seeing all these self-made guitars by guys just working in their homes with whatever tools are available really makes me want to take advantage of all the machinery available to me at school, and I know they have everything i'd need to build guitars.
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I was hoping you or any of the other luthiers here would reply, so thanks. I pretty much have 4 years to make that guitar, so I think I'm gonna start with bolt-ons until i think I'm ready to tackle a neck-through, but your comment sure is reassuring. After seeing all these self-made guitars by guys just working in their homes with whatever tools are available really makes me want to take advantage of all the machinery available to me at school, and I know they have everything i'd need to build guitars.
a good solid bolt on neck joint is tough to build, experience is required.

I'm talking here of a nice neck joint in which you cant place a pick between the neck and pocket if you see what I mean........ the advantage with a neck true is that you already naturally have the center line as a reference...... for an individual maker its a matter of personal preference.

personally i stick to bolt on necks simply because its reversible... i already had some guys for whom i build guitars who had some ''tour'' accidents and just recently one guitar arrived smashed up in the bagages at the airport.... so i had to change the neck.... i'm only telling this here because its a reversible system thats why it suits me much better....

all the techniques are cool to learn, when i studied guitar building everybody wanted to build neck true, I wanted to learn how to build a good bolt on haha
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a good solid bolt on neck joint is tough to build, experience is required.

I'm talking here of a nice neck joint in which you cant place a pick between the neck and pocket if you see what I mean........ the advantage with a neck true is that you already naturally have the center line as a reference...... for an individual maker its a matter of personal preference.

personally i stick to bolt on necks simply because its reversible... i already had some guys for whom i build guitars who had some ''tour'' accidents and just recently one guitar arrived smashed up in the bagages at the airport.... so i had to change the neck.... i'm only telling this here because its a reversible system thats why it suits me much better....

all the techniques are cool to learn, when i studied guitar building everybody wanted to build neck true, I wanted to learn how to build a good bolt on haha
ahhh, looks like neck-through is what i'm going with then!

I finished the mockup. I think I'm gonna go without the figured wood and neck pickup first, and then just build a second one later on.


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Unread 11-24-2008, 11:24 PM   #2074
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ahhh, looks like neck-through is what i'm going with then!

I finished the mockup. I think I'm gonna go without the figured wood and neck pickup first, and then just build a second one later on.

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Aside from the 3 knobs, that looks nice!
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ahhh, looks like neck-through is what i'm going with then!

I finished the mockup. I think I'm gonna go without the figured wood and neck pickup first, and then just build a second one later on.

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dude, not many people know this about me, but i'm the biggest guitarmaker and the only real one in secondlife, i build virtual guitars for fun as a hobby on my free time.... if your interested i could build this guitar of yours here virtually for my virtual shop.... here is a pic of a one of my virtual replicas.... this is a 3d build which can take me up to 15 hours of work... look at the virtual tuners
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