|Project by bilsborough||posted 04-26-2008 04:23 PM||1448 views||0 times favorited||13 comments|
This guitar I did a super thin body, as skinny as I could get and still fit the electronics and have a carved back. The body is alder with a quilted bubinga veneer. The neck is walnut with a bois de rose fingerboard. After having it done for a year I decided to change the way the neck fit and how the strings attach. I put it back together with out refinishing it because I thought i might have to make more adjustments but It worked great and I’ve never broken it back down to fix the finish, should do that the bubinga has some gorgeous figure.
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