|Project by sawbach||posted 03-04-2016 05:12 PM||812 views||4 times favorited||1 comment|
This is a very task specific jig for a thru-neck Tele SG hybrid guitar I’m working on. From the top of the fingerboard to the top surface of the body, there is an elevation change of 0.32”. So whatever the final thickness of the fingerboard is needs to be subtracted from the 0.32”, and that thickness needs to be removed from the body section of the thru-neck. The point of the elevation change is where the spoke end of the truss rod will be installed and the end of the fingerboard, so it’s kind of the spring point of where all the initial components will be dimensioned from.
I’m making three of these guitars with different wood species on each so at least I’ll be able to use this jig three times lol.
-- Shane - Spring, Texas