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So that, do they works? I was no sure. I rather want to put only one pick-up on each project, don't I need also to put an on/off switch? If so, how connections come up with?"
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How do you resolve the wiring job?, Sir. I got 2 pick-ups for 2 projects. --I will post some pics asap--- One of them got 3 ends and the Hamburger one has got 2. I dunno which connect which. Potentiometer, switch, volume and tone knob and…"
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Thanks for checking my website out glad you liked it thanks for the kind words :-)
as regards buying wood i mostly buy mine from Ebay theres loads of wood sellers on there
i know B&Q sell Oak skirting board - i think it's 20mm thick you could make up a laminated neck with it by gluing two bits together (altinate the Grain ) but it would be a lot more work but would make a good strong neck - just a idea if you dont have a ebay account
it would cost too much for me to sell a neck on it's own as it takes the most time to make than any other part of the build
i have two complete guitars for sale over on my website if your intrested you couls always make me a offer !
Thanks for the comment. I'm not sure if I said it in the vid or not, but the pickups I used are a squire for the neck pickups and a no-name cheep one for the tail. I got a squire pickup to replace the tail (though the vid is from before I did that). Also I have everything going through a Digitech PR250 under a preset called "Cowboy" (basically a Texas, outlaw country sort of effect, reverb and what not).
Hi Sylver thanks for your great comments!
And about the nut height in my cigar boxes are measured by the need, I'm trying to say that there's no specific height, I made it by the need of playing with slide and fingers, normally I calculate it by standard acoustic guitars. Too flat is good for finger playing but bad for slide and vice versa! If you use slide and fingers try to adjust the nut for a comfortable height!
By the way I'm thinking about lowering that guitar note, I hope do not do shit!
To do the sound holes I use a compass for marking the right position, then I use Wood drills, 15mm, 20mm and 26mm! I saw you do the same in your pictures!
A good advice is measure twice and cut once!