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Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by Freddy G, Nov 19, 2016.
Perfect timing, just sat down with my coffee and found this. Great video thanks!
Subscribed as soon as I saw it.
Funny timing because I'll be jointing and gluing my new maple top today
Thanks Freddy. I appreciate you talking the time to document your journey and let see a master working his craft.
This will be fab. Thanks Freddy!
That is very nice wood there Freddy. I'd better become better aquainted with Mel, because I can never find any decent hard curly maple there.
Looking forward to this build.
This is great stuff ... thank you, Freddy (again and again)
this will be epic.
Excellent video Freddy
I watched a few of your other guitar repair videos and I definitely would contact you for major complicated repair work......
Very nice - I love the random or less uniform tops too.
Epic for sure, the stuff of dreams. Sure glad you're back Freddy, thank you!
Freddy, great to see this build. I will follow with joy!
Subscribed! Thank you so much for taking the time to do this. It is much appreciated.
Joining in as well !
Thank you for taking the time to do this Freddy. I'm quite looking forward to it.
Also, I'm really happy to see you back. Luthiers corner wasn't the same without you here. I hope all is well with you
Let the saw dust fly!
Part 1 was fantastic! I'm subscribed and will be anticipating each episode!
Just a maybe silly procedural question: Is there any reason that you did not cut your center line on the table saw? It's been my experience that a well tuned saw, with the right blade can achieve a perfect, glue ready edge that will easily pass the "candle" test. Maybe I'm missing some finer point or issue? Is it simply a personal preference? Of course, if you hadn't run it across the jointer and hand planed, you may not have found that "blemish" that would have REALLY torqued your gourd, a little further down the road!
Where's the like button?