#1


That's my summer project. It'll be 25.5" scale, mahogany body and probably a coil tap.

I'm not really sure about the pickups but i was thinking a '59 in the neck and a JB in the bridge.
I'm also having trouble finding a set neck, or actually any neck that's not Fender shaped


So far, I've almost completed the full-size drawing, and I am going to order the hardware real soon
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#5
You mean JB in the bridge and 59 in the neck?
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You'll have a little bit of woodwork to put a regular nut on there as it is routed for a floyd, but it shouldn't be too difficult.


do you know where i can find instructions to do so?


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You mean JB in the bridge and 59 in the neck?

yes. yes i do thank you for catching that
#8
A set neck? Wouldn't it be easier to build it with a bolt on? Or if you're worried about intonation, then just make it a through-neck build.
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#9
^Agreed, you should make it neck-through.
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#10
Well then, neck through it is, especially since Stew Mac has a neck through available

But its 25" scale, but i'll just change my plan
#11
Cool, but the ends of the V are pretty thin - might want to thicken them so that they don't end up breaking.
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#12
^Yeah, that's what I was thinking. Bad place to put such a thin piece of wood.

And that control cavity will be hella cramped.

And if you do zebra pickups, make sure they're white and not creme.

And for god's sake, don't do a JB/'59 combo.
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^Yeah, that's what I was thinking. Bad place to put such a thin piece of wood.

And that control cavity will be hella cramped.

And if you do zebra pickups, make sure they're white and not creme.

And for god's sake, don't do a JB/'59 combo.



Well the tip parts have since moved in a bit so they are not as thin, and the control cavity was just a concept, I'm probably going to move things around when i have a bigger visual representation

So about the pickups, any suggestions?