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Hello, sorry this probably is'nt the right place to post this but wood working has been a interest of mine for the past few years and I was never until recently able to much with. Here is my guitar I just finished making. the fret board and hardware I did not make and the body and headstock are two wings of Paduk and quilted maple. It is based off of the Gibson 'Firebird' design. Here you go enjoy.
I really don'r know if this is the right place to post it but you have made a wonderful guitar... I would like to jam a little with it!
Thanks to all the people showing faith in me
I sometimes feel that everyone will leave me and they will be on their own...
Well I just figured that its general hobby discussion and this is my main hobby apart from Warhammer and music.
That's a beautiful guitar you've got there. 8Y I really think it looks a lot nicer than most of the guitars that are on the market, though I have always been quite picky when it comes to guitar looks.
I've had the odd thought about maybe building my own, but since I don't have the tools, knowledge or patience for a job like that, I'll just stick to buying them. How long did it take you?
And or course, the important question, how well does it play?
You want general discussions mate
It took me about 2 months and 70 or 80 hours I believe, it plays very nice it has a good crisp tone and really sounds good with vintage style distortion. The majority of the work was just a router a jigsaw and alot of sanding. I used a planer and a table saw a bit in the early stages but it, was surprisingly simple.
It's good to hear that it plays well. It would be very dissappointing to put that much effort in only for it to play badly. Well done!