"I found one pallet made from Black Walnut wood, and it yielded about 40 neck blanks and plenty of bridge saddles.,,.I still have a scrap or two.,.,looks like you have plenty of material.,.from experience I can tell you some of those knots are pretty…"
"Yep .,.,sure is pretty.,.,I dig your micro-tonal fingerboard.,.,you have raised the bar.,.,I'm going to give this a try.,,.looks easier than laying out fanned frets.,., I have not tried that either.,.,I like that doubled high string too.,., I…"
"The first one I made 20 years ago was a "one off" and i carved the neck with a steak/paring knife.,.,in 2013 when I started building many I moved on to using a round over bit in a router.,.,3/8" bit for a month then I moved on to a…"
"I too have lusted after both those setups. If your buying a mitre box and saw, I like Chickenbone John's.,.,way cheaper than Stew-mac.,.,and the circular saw blade, a few folks on here have pointed out you can get a similar jewelers circular…"
"Wow.,.,looks great UJ.,.,It is hard to live on CBG's alone.,,gotta have something to wash them down with.,
I've been living on Poplar sawdust and orange juice for 4 years .,.,still kicking for now.,.,.,"
Many thanks for your comments, Jerry. The second output comes from a piezo pickup that is not visible and is attached to the plywood face under the central bracing bar. The preamp is always in circuit to the first output and its level can be adjusted pretty easily with the volume control. The idea was to have options for the different pickup responses of the electret mic and the piezo - or even combine them, although I've not tried this. Enjoyed your photos - some good looking guitars there!