New Batch of Lucky Dog guitars recently built

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Check us out at facebook/instagram. 100% handcrafted in Cleveland, TN, no store-bought bodies/necks etc. We build each guitar, one at a time, to the spec of the customer and put our artistic stamp on it.
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paulbearer

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No, not all. A lot are custom builds... but I do several "public sale" guitars through the year as well

Cool builds, still dreaming of your #001... (BUCK)
Assuming the bodies are cut by CNC? And do you CNC necks yourself, or have 'em made to spec for luckydog?
They really pop.
 
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No we don’t do CNC necks and bodies. We hand make all of our stuff using a lot of our templates. The only thing we have just recently started CNC’ing are the fret slots and the little shelf piece on the headstock that the logo is on. We don’t buy bodies/necks from suppliers, they are made right here.
Cool builds, still dreaming of your #001... (BUCK)
Assuming the bodies are cut by CNC? And do you CNC necks yourself, or have 'em made to spec for luckydog?
They really pop.
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paulbearer

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Got it, I thought the bodies were CNC from previous posts... was just getting some history while considering a build... but keep em coming!

example:
("The red LuckyDog has already been sold last week to studio musician Preston Parris. Look for a demo to be released soon with him playing the LuckyDog on a Todd Sharp amp.
The yellow one should be done in about another week. Several others in the pipeline. I hope you guys enjoy looking, I truly love building guitars. Anthony
**THESE ARE NOT PARTS TELE'S!** No off the shelf bodies / necks etc. I choose the wood a piece at a time, cut them on a CNC for very repeatable specs & clean lines. ")
 
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Yep. Very early on nearly every build was identical and I had one CNC program for a body. But it morphed into a very custom build type of company where nearly every build became unique with varying specs, routes, hand carving etc. it actually became easier and faster to make them by hand than try to spend time making CNC programs for all the possible combinations. So I did use CNC to produce tons of templates and pickup routes and pickguard templates. I’ve got a stack of probably 100 routing templates now that I can use to produce about any combination people ask for.
Got it, I thought the bodies were CNC from previous posts... was just getting some history while considering a build... but keep em coming!

example:
("The red LuckyDog has already been sold last week to studio musician Preston Parris. Look for a demo to be released soon with him playing the LuckyDog on a Todd Sharp amp.
The yellow one should be done in about another week. Several others in the pipeline. I hope you guys enjoy looking, I truly love building guitars. Anthony
**THESE ARE NOT PARTS TELE'S!** No off the shelf bodies / necks etc. I choose the wood a piece at a time, cut them on a CNC for very repeatable specs & clean lines. ")
 




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