I think most judges would have said you were justified.... ya know.
Well.... I've been repairing since '77 and building since '80 - and never used a biscuit. No complaints. Guitar bodies don't have the stress of...
Uh-oh. Can't bode well for the future if software just loads itself without permission...
I can't think of any guitar makers who use biscuits....
That's for cabinet makers.
Duncan's Stag Mag would give the best of both worlds...
Should be no problem. A pro will be shooting for "made that way" from the factory.
I'd charge around $200 - $250.
The mating edges should be jointed, or planed so that they mate perfectly.
Sanding usually doesn't cut this part.
Yes, I've seen them. Took a set off an Explorer that had them. No name on the units. I thought they were horrible.
Sounds like the ground is wired backwards?
If your guy is competent, no problem.
You want prices? Be specific! What guitar, how many pickups and switches? Where do you want them? How would...
Not enough info there...
Lots of books and videos on the net.
Suggest you start with Stewart-MacDonald.
When I started out, I cut all my bodies with a saber saw, and used...
It's not a CITES problem over the woods in the guitar, is it?
Yes, it is quite possible. Should be a snap.
Yes, judicious application of water thin CA.
But, really - I don't think it's going anywhere.
Bill Lawrence A-400.
As many of each that will fit between the neck and bridge.
I like SearchTempest - doesn't get all the sources, but enough for me.
Fresh fruit or some kind of meat jerky.
Let's assume the basics - make it clean, take pictures in daylight, be honest in your description.
The rest is choice.
He's a monster talent, but.... so what?
I think that's the OP is referring to.
I have a talented nephew who believes that Tommy invented guitar...
It's called civilization.
Find the nearest competent amp tech, take your amp and tubes there, before you kill yourself.
Picked it up, it's good stuff - liked it a lot.