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Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by TKOjams, Sep 12, 2011.
Good thing I checked. Thanks for putting out your Neck. LOL sounds great.
Nice! It both sound and looks great!
That looks so nice you must be pretty damned proud of it
Thanks Wayne, Guess what else is almost finished?
Awesome build, it sounds fantastic!
Can you tell me where you got the plans for this build?
This was amazing to read through and your skills are amazing!
Wondering if you would be willing to craft and sell just a neck from this build? I have a "Sandy" broken LP that needs a new neck :-(
Once again, great work, that thing belongs in a museum!
Email some picts to me so I can have a look.
I have a few necks roughed out looking for a home.
just emailed... and boy... those necks look like they're going to turn into some very beautiful pieces of art sometime soon!
TKO, I might have missed it but did you finish your frets normally or as a fretless wonder?
And btw, awesome job on the build!
They are low, but not "fretless wonder" low.
I'm new as luthier, actually, I'm in learning process. But I'm doing very fine already. I have heared about some machinery like that you post: a "lift for router". So I'm very interested in details if you could give me more. Have you already upgraded or are you still using as the picture you've post?
I don't know if it's good to reply afters these years. But, where did you get the fretboard inlays? It's your's or buy from somewhere?
Thanks and great building
here ya go
Mother-of-Pearl Inlay Set for Gibson® Les Paul® Custom | stewmac.com
Thanks, but cannot shipping outside of U.S... So I found it on ebay. Thanks again
Sorry, didn't notice you were from the homeland.