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Here's an early 90's American Standard that the customer wants restored to it original condition. First job is to remove the tinted lacquer from the neck to reveal the logo in its proper colour.
First the base colour, then the burst.
After spraying the clear coat on these, I shipped them out to Florida last week. The carrier emailed Friday to say that the recipient hadn't been in touch to pay the import duties. I explained that due to the imminent hurricane most of south Florida had been evacuated and the customer would be in touch when possible. They emailed again this morning saying the same thing as if the aftermath was a quick sweep up operation before lunch~! On a scale of 1-10, how should I rate the carrier, where 1 is good and 10 is total retard? That aside, hope you're safe out there Lee and haven't suffered too much damage. ... See more
Detail of the mortise and tenon join I use on my set neck model.
The latest from the paint shop.
If you're a fan of Dr Feelgood and happen to see them live, you might see Steve Walwyn playing this. If you're not a fan of Dr Feelgood, there's no hope for you~! Spec; Set neck, Swamp Ash body, Flame Maple cap, Maple neck, Rosewood board, Kluson metal bits, my own legendary pickups and a Nitro Cellulose finish of course. ... See more
The beginnings of a custom guitar with through neck construction.
Building up a sunburst. There's two coats of colour sprayed between taking each picture.
Just out of the paint shop, pearl pink~! Not really my kind of colour but I just do as I'm told.
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