"Been a while, but I've been busy with my job and my music. Things are cool now, thanks to school opening again =D
Glad to see everyone still here getting their git on. I am returning to projects myself so stay tuned for pics."
"Depends if its a stereo or mono jack.
The two small pins are your positive, both need to connect with a single wire if you going mono. For stereo, one is hot the other cold and ground remains as ground."
"Right now, almost done with the 7 guitars I'm building. 1 is top priorty because my father's birthday is next week. He is the reason how I got into guitar making. He originally had a black Telecaster when he met my mother.…"
"Couple of ways to have a no-toggle-switch guitar. But all root to how the pickups were made. One should be north and the other, south. Both can be wounded the same direction. The positive becomes the ground and the negative becomes the hot of one…"
What do you find most interesting about cigar box guitars? (If you do not enter something meaningful here, your membership may be rejected).
I love guitars of all kinds. Its the sound and tone of them that attracts me. The thing I love more about CBGs, is the nature of building something out of nothing. Taking average, everyday material and creating an instrument that will fly you to the moon and forget about the world. I don't know if the word exists to describe the world of ingenuity CBGs are, but its dank, dirty, garage, gully and best of all, funky.
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