This is aimed at whoever Moderates the Tonefreak > Pedals section (I have no idea who that is )
I spend much of my time on MLP in either the Backstage, Tonefreak > Pedals, EPI Brethren section (Which is what originally brought me to MLP).
Awhile back, on another site, I wrote up a "How to make your own PCB" tutorial.
You can see it here : UG Community @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com - CodeMonks Buillding your own PCB tutorial
I also had it on the Gibson/Epiphone forum.
I was wondering if it would be OK for me to post that tutorial on MLP in the Tonefreak > Pedals section?
I could always create a thread with a poll to see if there is enough interest in the subject.
I've been making my own PCB's since around 2007 or so, so I do have a decent amount of experience at it. And been involved in electronics since 1981.
Thanks for reading my little novel (Kinda wanted to make this private .
Thank you for the many posts on the LP forum. I have a 60th anniversary Les Paul (goldtop with the trapeze bridge). It's just in my nature to mod guitars when I get them, and I love everything about this guitar, except the trapeze. I've recently been thinking about converting it to a '54 with a wrap around... Just wanted to get some advice as to whether is it practical from a technical standpoint. Any advice is appreciated. You can send a note back to firstname.lastname@example.org
So will mosquito repellant, such as "Off". It will destroy a lacquer finish. You bring an old acoustic to an outdoor trip, around the campfire, etc. Someone with repellant on their forearms picks it up for a tune or two.. Finish is all screwed up. I know this first-hand.
Who would have thought…something that you put in your mouth and is fundamentally safe
to ingest could do such damage?
Maybe a sticky on potential 'household' products that could damage guitar finishes.
Lesson learned: Never, ever leave your instruments out in the open.
PSA…You want to inform MLPer's that Orajel, that's right Orajel the stuff for toothaches
will destroy a finish.
I bought 3 mission style tables from Restoration Hardware, 3 drawer cocktail table,
two drawer side..you get the idea.
Bought these before my daughter was even conceived.
Quartersawn red oak, impeccable build quality.
Mfd by Michaels of Sacramento.
When my daughter started teething, (can't remember if she was walking)
an open tube was left on one the tables.
While cleaning up, I noticed that some had oozed out.
Knowing that the table had a some 17 coat finish, thought nothing of it.
Dragged a paper towel across and you guessed it…..bare wood.
Plenty of members here have children, some are quite obsessive about their instruments.