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ES 335 vs ES 339 body measurements
Does anyone have body measurements for the ES-335 for comparison purposes to the ES-339 below? ES 339 / 335 Total Height = 39.75 / ??? Body Height = 17 / ?? Width (ear to ear) = 9.875 / ?? Width (at narrowest) = 8.25 / ?? Width (at widest) = 14.25 / ?? Ref for ES-339 measurements coutesy GuitarJu...
Making an Electric Guitar - Part 1 of 2
Making an electric guitar can be a fun and rewarding woodworking project. George’s daughter, Ginny, decided to make an electric guitar as a gift for her boyfriend. In part one of this series Ginny gives the background of the guitar design and how she got started on this project.
Jay W. Lichty
http://lichtyguitars.com/ here is a marvalous video about Jay W. Lichty at work in his shop, i posted this video because it enhances the beauty of his work and deliveres the best of his shop, Enjoy
Build an Electric Guitar Yourself - The Process - Step By Step Photos
Here is a complex project on building an electric guitar from scratch. This is a process that takes many many hours and patience to complete. A professional guitar builder uses big pin routers, band saws, drum sanders and big buffing machines. This one was done using normal power hand tools that were not made to … Build an Electric Guitar Yourself – The Process – Step By Step Photos Read More »
Set neck pocket jig cont.
The purpose for it is when one has a custom fit or no template. How it works; Line up the center lines of body to center line on jig and clamp the body down.. In the first two pictures the jig center line can be seen. I used a template and cut the pocke...