#1
Alright so being in woodshop in school... he told us to do someething that would challenge us... and so i asked him i fi could do a guitar... he said sure.

So i plan to make a les paul replica... it should be a pretty decent guitar when im done.

Specs:
Body Type: Les Paul
Wood: mahogany/walnut/mahogany (left side of guitar mahogany - middle walnut - Right side mahogany)
Neck: Maple/bolt on
Pickups: EMG ACTIVE 81/85
Tune-o-matic brige with stop bar
Knobs- Tone Tone Volume Volume 3/way
Paint: Varnish clear coat to seee that oh so nice grain.

Well that it.... Tell me what you think
Guitars:
Dean Razorback Explosion =D
Schecter Omen 6
Ibanez 30 Exotic Wood =D
Custom Les Paul w/EMG

Amps:
Line 6 Spider II :S
Peavey ValveKIng Halfstack

Pedal:
Boss ME-50
#3
That's no fun with a bolt on, I don't know why but I don't enjoy them much anymore. I also believe it's easier to do a neckthrough or a set neck rather than a bolt on.

But other than that it sounds interesting. Are you just going to have a walnut strip down the middle of the body? If you are, go neck through!!!!!!!!
#4
pics are comming... dont worry... im getting the wood hopefull tuesday
Guitars:
Dean Razorback Explosion =D
Schecter Omen 6
Ibanez 30 Exotic Wood =D
Custom Les Paul w/EMG

Amps:
Line 6 Spider II :S
Peavey ValveKIng Halfstack

Pedal:
Boss ME-50
#6
Very nice, I wish I could've done something like that back in the day when I still had woodshop

Make sure you use some nice Grover tuners
#7
Well bad news.... my teacher told me he had to order in the wood so it might be closer to the ef of the week beofre i get my wood. but none the less ill have a pic of the cut out and the next up probably by tommorw
Guitars:
Dean Razorback Explosion =D
Schecter Omen 6
Ibanez 30 Exotic Wood =D
Custom Les Paul w/EMG

Amps:
Line 6 Spider II :S
Peavey ValveKIng Halfstack

Pedal:
Boss ME-50