So eventhough i cant start building my next guitar until my next board exams over i felt it couldnt hurt if i just start sourcing wood and parts now. i mean why not right?
So after i realized that there was a Woodcraft nearby i figured i'd stop by and see what they had in store. last time i picked up some nice curly maple and stuff for a neck.
this time i came back with three large exotic pieces of wood. These will be enough to last me a while with whatever builds i plan on making. (this is an addiction/obsession now).
Without further ado...
The Yellow wood is Canarywood, The orange is Brazillian Cherry, the reddish one is Bubinga!
These will yield about 6 necks if i go one piece and less if i choose to laminate. so im set for my next builds. Last time i got the maple blanks so perhaps i'll give the laminating necks thing a try, they do look beautiful.
As a reference heres one of the 6 string semi-hollow singlecut designs i wanna make for myself
using this figured redwood i posted about earlier!
Oh yess im excited! this will get me through the step 2 boards. cause residency will not afford me time to do this at all.