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  1. fryer

    case for a bass

    I wish you wouldn't look at me like that
  2. fryer

    case for a bass

    I hadn't noticed those. Thanks
  3. fryer

    case for a bass

    I've had a notification that 2 people 'reacted' to this post. But there's nothing here. What does 'reacted to' mean ?
  4. fryer

    case for a bass

    sticking bits of material to bits of foam is so messy.
  5. You can't go on holiday - what are we all going to do for a month. Where are you going ?
  6. fryer

    case for a bass

    Please don't make one - it would be 100 times better than mine.
  7. fryer

    case for a bass

    It fits ! A little tighter than I thought around the tuners, but will be ok. And it weighs 4.7 kg. Just a bit more lining to do.
  8. Ducktape may hold them in place temporarily ?
  9. fryer

    case for a bass

    luckily I thought of that before fitting the handle. Have now fitted first bit of lining.
  10. fryer

    case for a bass

    we're both following Christine, and there's no comparison. But I'm ok at normal woodwork. starting the lining today
  11. How did you get the slope from 21.5 to 20.5 straight with that draw knife ? Do you have magic eyes ?
  12. fryer

    case for a bass

    So, slowly progressing. Covering up mistakes with paint.
  13. the vacuum press. To hold the veneer onto the necks while the glue dries ?
  14. OK, I'll let you off then. So am I. In that last picture, you have the neck and the headstock. But why is the wider part of the neck which goes through the body in two parts ? I can see that the part the neck fits to needs to be at the right angle. Is it to keep the right thickness ?
  15. Is that it for the day then ? Cut up some bits of wood then stick them back together again ? Goodnight Christine.
  16. For those of you who don't know - Amazing. This is so accurate.
  17. what are the dragons made of ? How thick is the material ? But mainly, how on earth did you cut them into the headstock so accurately ?
  18. I will get back to it, but project is on hold at the moment to to external house repairs which I need to do before winter.
  19. You certainly have a good workshop. Especially that thicknesser.
  20. is it a planer / thicknesser ? Could we have a look ?
  21. Surely you didn't cut these with just a circular saw ? You said you had a thicknesser ?
  22. Do you need to borrow my chainsaw to cut that wood to the right shape ?
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