#2
There is a way to do everything if you have the right know how and the right tools. Someon eon another forum did it on a strat but using a router is far to hazardous. He used a proper sized chisel and went that way. turned out great IIRC
AMP:
Rocktron chameleon 2000
Roland GP16
Audio Technica wireless
Peavey valveking
Clydesdale custom case
GUITAR:
Indie super T black (modded with active and passive pickups)
Daisy Rock Rock Candy Special
#4
i think you misunderstood the TS. hes not talking about a carved top he means the belly cut on a strat
AMP:
Rocktron chameleon 2000
Roland GP16
Audio Technica wireless
Peavey valveking
Clydesdale custom case
GUITAR:
Indie super T black (modded with active and passive pickups)
Daisy Rock Rock Candy Special
#6
It is very hard to bend up or down simply because of how it is made and its principle shape. i would suggest multiple sections with the ends cuz on angles to meet up to eachother nice and flush. do ALOT of measurement. I dont suggest trying tobend it to shape, even with a heat gun
AMP:
Rocktron chameleon 2000
Roland GP16
Audio Technica wireless
Peavey valveking
Clydesdale custom case
GUITAR:
Indie super T black (modded with active and passive pickups)
Daisy Rock Rock Candy Special
#7
I know that USACG has a method of bending the binding up and down. they do it on there strat and tele bodies that have an elbow cut
AMP:
Rocktron chameleon 2000
Roland GP16
Audio Technica wireless
Peavey valveking
Clydesdale custom case
GUITAR:
Indie super T black (modded with active and passive pickups)
Daisy Rock Rock Candy Special