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Discussion in 'Luthiery, Modifications & Customizations' started by DistinguishedPapyrus, Sep 16, 2017.
Absolutely fantastic work, I can't wait to see the finished pictures.
Looks incredible, the gold hardware really suits the build!
Thanks, I don't use a lot of gold but something about it just worked for this one. It's nearly done, I had to wait for some parts to come in the mail and got swamped with too many other obligations in life, but hopefully I'll have the final pics up before long. Regardless I have to have it done by the end of this month, that's when I'm delivering it.
Beautiful neck/body transition! Very nice guitar!
It's gorgeous, but I would replace that switch tip with one more amber-colored or gold. Everything is dynamite though
Very well done!
Amazing, I'm loving the matching grain control cover, its seamless, like it's not even there!
Yesss...Let the bevels flow through you.
That's what I thought too, or at least more cream looking to match the binding.
It looks realllly great!!! Do you want to be my friend???
Didn’t even notice it until I read your post; I had to go back and look again to make sure there even WAS a cavity cover.
@DistinguishedPapyrus: SUPER clean work man, dude is gonna love it!
I'm assuming he must have used magnets to get it with no screws.
That or it's so tight it's in by pressure.
Makes sense; looks like there’s a little indent to lift it towards the front of the body if you zoom in. I might just be seeing things tho...
It is held in place by magnets. Went with magnets pulling against set in screws. The "indentation" in the back was a little bit of a slip up with the soldering pen. whoops.
Whoops nothing, totally looks like it’s supposed to be there man!
Ya really it looks like it's meant to help pop the cover off.
Mate, this is a pro effort. String pull is perfectly straight, the wood choice is gorgeous and that matching grain cavity cover takes proper planning. Really nice body shape as well.
Adding you on Insta now!
Bravo good sir, bravo!