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Aug102011

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Just test assembling this one today ...


i'm still working on the finish ... i'll tarnish those screws too before i'm done.

here are some photos of this guitar under construction, it's been sitting for a while, waiting for inspiration to hit - which came in the shape of the Curtis Novak JM180 - his 7k P90 style pickup built to fit a Jazzmaster cover and loaded with an additional 7k of windings ( coil tappable - hence the switch on a single pickup guitar ! )

the fretboard is a Queensland timber - Brigalow

 

headstock overlay from Tiger Stripe Koa

rear control cavity in a 'badge' shape ...

& laying out the George Jetson lines directly on the body

thanks for looking,

Anthony

 

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Reader Comments (2)

Very nice! Are all your builds pre sold?

August 15, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMick

hey thanks Mick,
no, this one is just something i dreamed up !
i'll be finishing it this week hopefully, the parts are all removed again for final work on the finish.

cheers, AP

August 22, 2011 | Registered CommenterAnthony Paine

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