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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Shawn@PRS, Apr 20, 2017.
Sergio you taking over -- be sure to get that KL a bit of love
Yes, the guitar is being moved to the Private Schlock division.
No! If Sergio documents it, we'll never know what it looks like!
Son of a..
Bwahaha! Total callout!
Look at Serge, looking all fatherly. So, Shawn travels all the way to Chi-town and you take him to Bed Bath and Beyond and Menards? Dude...
I've got home renovations going on, he was helping me pick out towel racks and ceiling fans.
My photos have been lookin' spectacular lately. Respect.
True dat! Although, I suspect that either the little woman, or the little man, may have been taking those pics!
These days kids learn to use technology way younger than we ever did...
Give 'em a head start next time. Have your pregnant wife swallow an iPad mini....
We went to Blood, Bath and Beyond to find the perfect birthday gift for Sergio.
More videos from Wednesday's guitar building session
Will be curious to see how they cut out the headstock veneer's truss rod hole since that and the tuning key holes are not cut out prior to gluing it down.
It's not a problem, we have jigs and fixtures for that type of thing.
During the next session, the heel of the neck will be sanded and fitted into the body and then the neck and body will be glued together. I think this is a pretty fascinating process and it requires a lot of work and skill to do it right. Our next Wednesday with Paul will be on July 12. I'll post more videos then.
Thanks for following the progress!
Some pics of the neck as it sits right now
And this step, The Neck Joint, to me, is the biggest contributor to the incredible musical sound of the entire instrument.
That dragon inlay, though...
Shawn, is the bird farther up on the headstock than usual?
Here is Dana putting the finishing touches on the neck sanding before next week's neck and body assembly.