#2
dayum thats a wierd-but-mighty-fine looking guitar.

sweeeeeeeeeeeet
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#3
Nice! How does she play?
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#4
I think my right eye actually teared when I saw that. Amazing job
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#5
Wow, that is all sorts of awesome/unique. Nicely done.
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#9
Your guitar looks a little fat :P

Very nice though. The wood looks great, the necks pretty hot, the headstock looks really cool, and it looks really well built. Very nice job.
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#11
That is one of the most beautiful guitars I've ever seen. Awesome job!
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#13
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I think my right eye actually teared when I saw that. Amazing job


THIS^^^

Right, well...that's pretty bloody amazing really...so as you are an expert builder, I have some questions.

You appear to have done an internal bolt on neck, probably through the neck pickup cavity.

How does that go then?

Do you have any tips etc for doing the binding..pre bent? How about the corners etc.

Binding and Inlay are one of those things that I have found it hard to locate on the web (for decent "How to's").
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#14
I'm assuming that, since you linked to another site, that this is not actually built by you, rather it's commissioned by you, so I'll ask: Why did you choose that bridge? Wouldn't a compensated bridge be considerably easier than a split one?
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