#1
K i have a belt sander (handheld), a dremmel, a handheld drill, electric handheld saw, and thats about it. how much would all the other stuff be?
#3
It depends what you want to but, and it depends on what you are going to make and what you are going to buy ready made.

Some people are happy to cut bodies using a jigsaw, some use a bandsaw - it depends how good you are with a jig saw.

If you are making a neck you'll need a lot of specialist tools!
#4
you'll need a decent bandsaw, pillar drill and a good router if your serious about it. For everythin else you'll be best looking at www.stewmac.com to get an idea of prices for all the specialist tools. Add 25% to the price of everything for import charges though.
#5
Quote by mark_wuk
It depends what you want to but, and it depends on what you are going to make and what you are going to buy ready made.

Some people are happy to cut bodies using a jigsaw, some use a bandsaw - it depends how good you are with a jig saw.

If you are making a neck you'll need a lot of specialist tools!


i would probably be ok with a jigsaw if i cut a routeline with a stanley knife. ive never worked with mahogany before so im not sure how difficult it is to sand down etc.
#6
do a youtube search for "ormsby"

youll see pretty much everything that you will need. he has a whole seies of videos detailing every aspect of the build.
Thank you please.
#7
Yes but...

Do you have any idea how much all of Ormsby's stuff must have cost?

I'm assuming this guy is doing it on a budget, not planning on becoming a professional.
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Every time I see your avatar I want to slit your neck with a butterknife. Goddamn Pingu.