"I have seen it done both ways, and i have done it both ways.,.,but the way I do it is to install the frets first.,.,then glue the board down..,I leave the zero fret out.,.,then I level the frets.,.,then I install the zero fret.,.,this is the way i…"
"As I recall Lace had some 6 string guitars built that didn't do so well in the market years ago.,. I bought a import P90 pickup from China on Ebay, and when it arrived the cover and base-plate were branded "Lace".,$8 w/free shipping…"
"Chinese.,.? The pickup is the most expensive part of the whole thing.,.,lots of profit built into the price tag.,.,If a chinese knock off Les Paul sells for $80 from China, the factory is getting $40 or less for one of these.,.,most likely…"
"Ok., I see they are selling these at Guitar Center.,.,$349 "on sale".,., looks similar to the St Blues CBG.,.
From the pics and videos they look comparable to other factory made CBG's.,.,personally I owned a Daddy Mojo build for…"
"Alas.,.,I orientate my tuners the same way on a narrow headstock.,.,I prefer that the tuner buttons turn in the same direction as a factory 6 string., On the upside down tuners I wrap the string in the opposite direction, as I try to go for a…"
Hi there Jerry ! Yup ! she does the Job ,in europe they are not that exspencif, its a German Brand and they are our neighbours, and sins they go good in my build i preordered a couple, i like em and they give me good results in diverend other guitars & builds aswell si a do exclusif Shaller products in BCB Builds ,so people know what they get !! Thanks for your comments Jerry appriciated ! Greeeeettsszz A.D.
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!