I'm building a kit guitar for the first time. Should I install the neck or bridge first. It seems to me that the bridge first would make setting the neck much easier. Any help is greatly appreciated!!Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Hesh Breakstone Jun 5, 2013.
Here's what I've got in the pics below. Would someone please walk me through, step by step, the correct process for repairing it. I know a hundred different ways I may do it, but I want to know the…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Joshua Levin-Epstein May 27, 2013.
I want to obtain a neck heat press device like the one in the pictures in the link. Does anyone know where to buy one? Or, does anyone know where to find plans to build one?Heat Press Pics:…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Werther Ellerbrock Aug 10, 2021.
I've read in the "Guitar Finishing Step-By-Step" that to "replicate the mahogany color of many Martin guitars made since the late 1930's you can mix 1 part Red Mahogany and 1 part Dark Walnut (both…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Ned Knepp Jul 2, 2014.
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re: the SG owner....
Isn't it amazing that the most "anal" of players are also the ones that have failed to learn to treat their instruments with respect?
At least this owner will be a source of $$$ for you.
Best of luck my friend,
Hi Jeff- I saw your thread about the violin stash you've acquired. I build some mandolins, so I could be interested in some of the spruce and maple billets. I don't have much to trade, except a guitar set of Makore, AKA African Cherry. Don't know if that appeals to you, though I like do it. Otherwise do you have a cash price for a curly maple billet, a spruce billet? Maybe a violin plane if you have too many? Picture of makore plank attache, before it was resawn. Thanks- Steve Makore.JPG
Jeff I hate to be a pest but if you are not having any luck with your Martin neck just scrape and sand the finish off it. But mask the top of the head piece AND WERE THE NECK ENTERS THE BODY. And start off with a yellow mixed laquer tinted stain and then the red mix i gave you . The last coat you can put a little black in the red mix to blend it in around the heal and eadges of the neck. Just take a pice of Mahgany and do some practis piceses.Bill.
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