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Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by Freddy G, Nov 19, 2016.
Better get a video posted Freddy, this thing is going off the rails. At this point we would take a video tour of your shop.
It's coming very soon...I promise.
Gee the man is doing you/us a favor by sharing his hard earned knowledge. He has paying work to get done.
I say get off his back. And... since Freddy is too kind, I'll say it....-You will get it when you get it.
Can't we all get along.
Not to speak for others, but I don't think any of us are intending to pressure Freddy into RUSHing (Freddy will get that) his builds? I think Freddy knows me well enough (if only through TMLPF) that that's not my intention. Besides, even if it was, does anyone think he'd really do that? Even though I'm not a woodworker and would never consider trying something like this, I find this extremely fascinating and am awaiting his next video, whether that's today, or a year from today with bated breath.
I agree with jkes01, how this isn't a "Sticky" is beyond me? This is likely the best Thread ever on TMLPF.
Yes, I think everyone is just having a little fun here and being silly.
take your time freddy, we will wait for it.........so informational, a big help for new guys like myself. much appreciation and patient's.
Here's where it's at. Forthcoming video outlines the process to get this far.
Well worth the wait!!! Those necks are like works of art in their own right.
Awesome! Love the round rasp, I like the Shinto but I'm going to have to try that one for the heel.
Love watching you work Freddy
Outstanding video Freddy! I am glad you allowed it to remain as one video. Nothing short of a Master class in neck building. Thank you!
Awesome Freddy! Master at work!
Hey thanks guys!
I'm going to try to get the next one out a lot quicker.
Great video Freddy, well worth watching and learning
wow thanx freddy. very informational, your truly the master with a plane. well worth the wait. keep em coming at your pace, don't let us rush you, too much.
You make it seem a bit less daunting than some of us feel when approaching our maiden neck build. Thanks for sharing your skills.
Times 10, especially the comment about "truly the master with a plane" as he uses and maintains them so deftly and adeptly, as well as his scrapers! His skill and experience certainly makes it all look so much easier than it actually is!
Thanks For Your Efforts Freddy!