I “finished” the backbone, using a router to make the modified half-lap to join it with the crossbar. The goal of this is to hang this on a wall. The next step is to make a support for the neck of the guitar.
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Location: Charlotte, NC
A new woodworker, have only done a couple projects over the past year.
|added blog entry||Guitar Rack #3: The backbone||06-07-2012 04:12 PM|
|commented on||Guitar Rack #2: The crossbar||06-07-2012 02:32 AM|
|added blog entry||Guitar Rack #2: The crossbar||06-07-2012 02:31 AM|
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I decided to make a guitar rack to hold up my guitar off the floor. It has spent several years on a cheap metal stand on the floor. I got some sapele outs to use for the short parts, but the backbone of the rack will be made with maple. So fa...
I want to build a guitar rack that will hang on the wall. My plan is to use a plank for the back (I have either maple or bloodwood for this—am leaning toward using the bloodwood). The guitar will sit very upright, and be supported by two a...