A few weeks ago I bought a pallet load of broken guitars. Most were real junk, you know the kind, Walmart, Costco, etc.In amongst the junk were a couple of Epiphone SG’s or at least enough parts thereof that I could build one.I found a decen...
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Location: Franklin, Tx.
I was a truck driver and trucking company owner for many years. I also did residential and commercial construction, everything from layout to concrete to framing, roofing and finishing.
I learned wood working from my dad when I was about 6 years old and am just now getting back into it... 50 years later.
Presently I am the manager of a small RV park where I also have a small wood shop and am honing my skills.
-- Improvise.... Adapt...... Overcome!
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As promised, although a little late, here is the second and hopefully final part of my Les Paul headstock/neck repair. I would have done this yesterday but an unfortunate occurrence happened…... My boss wanted me to work. Anyway, I got...
Let's Repair a Broken Guitar! #1: How to Re-Repair a Les Paul With a Broken Headstock and NOT Kill the Perpetrator!
CAUTION! PICTURE HEAVY! About a month and a half ago I posted a forum topic about a new toy…. A brand new Epiphone Les Paul with a broken neck.This is a pretty common failure for Les Paul’s and SG’s, both Gibson and Epiphone.I...
Alright ladies, and the rest of you less refined members of humanity.I bought some J.E. Moser water soluble wood dyes, except there is a problem…. The website for them says they make 1/2 gallon, with water, per ounce of powder. The bottle...
OK, here goes, Awhile back I bought a nicely put together Les Paul clone guitar kit. It is so nice that I don’t want to put it together as my first kit so instead I bought a cheaper kit to practice with.I want to do it this way because I hav...