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de afwerking mk6-6s & mk6-g6 - blablas is doing a double build

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No pressure Blablas. Heeheehee

One of the advantages of building from kits is that I can watch the real craftsmen carving their visions out from hand picked pieces of timber while I happily put together some generically shaped parts. All I have to do is finish them really but I get a vicarious buzz from posting my meagre efforts none the less. It's been great because I get advice from those who have built from scratch.

Hanging with the big boys; I'm not that creative but it does me good to absorb the knowledge that is being shared here.

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Guitar:
Made a rough neck layout, only the scale and fret positions are absolutely correct.
With the use of this neck layout I was able to modify the body design to something that fits nicely to this neck, around it's 1 to 1,5 cm smaller than the bass body.

Still need to work out the headstock, once I've got the nut and bridge I can do that, not urgent right now.

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And sawed the second one as well.


Stacked on top of each other to show the difference between the bass and guitar body.


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No progress since September??? I don't believe that...

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Yet it's true, haven't felt the desire to do something on them. The last couple of months I could vent all my fabricating urges in my work. ;)

This is by far the slowest build I've ever done. :dash1:

Was planning on doing something on the the coming weeks so maybe I might surprise you. 

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