CBGs, cookie tins.. They're great.. But sometimes a neck is just too nice to stick in a recycled container...
And sometimes you just gotta rock out..

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  • Those look awesome Randy.

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  • Those are some cool gits Randy.

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  • 306610607?profile=RESIZE_1024x1024The Buckeye

  • Hi Craig, thanks for the comments. Top cap is Black Wattle the body is New Guinea Rosewood and it has EMG active pickups.

    Cheers Taff

  • That a nice Thinline Taffy.

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    306612929?profile=originalHi Guy's, I don't think I have posted here before, too many groups.

    Anyway, I see solid bodies are the go here so I'd like to show a few.

    This first one has a lot of work in it, it uses my modified shape of the Tele, and is the only shape I use unless a customer come up with an idea. 



    306614687?profile=originalCheers Taff

  • Start them off young.

    I tried getting my daughter interested when she was young, she went with the Clarinet instead and hasn't touched it for 12 years. Her son is 3 and seems to like drums for now. I'll get one hooked eventually. LOL 

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My 2nd first solid body guitar

Hey everyone.  I'm still pretty new around here and I like that there seems to be a group for just about every variation of self build guitars.  Anyway this is my first solid body 3 stringer (2nd first because its the 2nd body on this same neck. the previous one I freehanded and looked like an upside down melting strat). Previously I have made a licence plate 6 stringer and a novelty 3 stringer as a birthday gift last week which left me wanting my own 3 string guitar.  The only wood I had…

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