#1
I don't post here often, but I just finished this project and thought I'd share it here. I do quite a bit of building... some from scratch, some from parts. This one is a parts build (although I pretty much rebuilt the neck).

I got the body and neck on ebay. The body was pretty nice. The neck, a different story. It was made by a guy that was making and selling a bunch of necks on ebay, using exotic woods. When I got it, it was a mess... frets were cut wrong, it wasn't finish sanded, and the whole thing was coated with a gooey mess of some sort of oil. The seller wouldn't make good, so I decided to make the best of it. Removed the fretboard, installed a proper truss rod and an ebony fretboard.

I had a set of GFS Fatbodies in a drawer, so for now, that's what is in it. It actually sounds pretty good. The combination of ash body and ebony fretboard give it a lot of snap and good sustain.







#5
Good GOD, the back on that neck! Very nice-looking too, has a really vintage vibe(makes me think of 60s television for some reason) but at the same time doesn't look boring and tired(shoot me but I think the whole Fender-sunburst-and-red-tortoise-shell-pickguard idea is generally pretty ugly), very fresh!

HNGD man!
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Nah, I prefer to tune lower. My tunings usually go into weird Hebrew symbols.