#1
So, me and my friend decided to do some woodworking with some stuff we found in my basement. Whats something we could thats not too hard and wouldnt take too long.
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#3
Guitar bodies seem fairly straightforward: grab a plank, rout some cavities and cut it into any shape you like. Buy a cheap neck on eBay for 1 dollar and you got yourself an 80's guitar.
#4
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#5
Are you guys going to be doing some "woodworking" on each other?

Hope you guys enjoy working on your "wood" there.
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Guitar bodies seem fairly straightforward: grab a plank, rout some cavities and cut it into any shape you like. Buy a cheap neck on eBay for 1 dollar and you got yourself an 80's guitar.

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#10
I like working my wood too.

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#11
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Are you guys going to be doing some "woodworking" on each other?

Hope you guys enjoy working on your "wood" there.


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#14
I'd make a entertainment dealio. Like a spot for t.v, speakers, movies, game console, games etc. That or like an amp stand if you have a combo amp
#16
Yeah we've got a fair soon, so I'm gunna carve a queen chess peice and send it in for a prize.
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#17
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Yeah we've got a fair soon, so I'm gunna carve a queen chess peice and send it in for a prize.


wheres the fair? cuz my towns having one too. near the end of the month
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#23
I started making a folding table in wood shop two days ago and I'm almost finished. I just have to finish staining it and assemble it. So that would only take you like five days at the most.
#24
Quote by james4
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That would actually be pretty easy. All you need is a tablesaw, a jointer or a plane, some glue and clamps.
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#25
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wheres the fair? cuz my towns having one too. near the end of the month

It's held in Simcoe.

It's called the Norfolk County Fair.
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#26
Quote by Chips-
That would actually be pretty easy. All you need is a tablesaw, a jointer or a plane, some glue and clamps.

and something to either make holes for dowels, or a biscuit joiner (best invention ever)
#27
Quote by Fryer Mike
It's held in Simcoe.

It's called the Norfolk County Fair.


oh yea, im going to the caledonia one lol
#28
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and something to either make holes for dowels, or a biscuit joiner (best invention ever)

Nah glue will keep it together just fine. When done right it's like the glue isn't even there. A good glue joint is when you break the piece in half and it doesn't split from the joint but the wood itself.
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#29
Quote by The_Faded_Line
oh yea, im going to the caledonia one lol

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Agile Intrepid 828

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