Finally Finished!

Jeff355

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I started this project about a year and a half ago, working off and on. This is my first Warmoth but not the first guitar I've worked on. The body is alder and the satin finished neck is maple with a full scalloped ebony fretboard and 24 stainless steel frets. The scale length is 25.5" and the nut width is 1-11/16". The Floyd Rose Original tremolo bridge stays in perfect tune after full dive bombs. The hardware is all black. The Seymour Duncan SH-1 in the neck and TB-4 in the bridge are switched between series and parallel via two push-pull tone knobs. One dual concentric pot handles volume for each pickup independently. The knob layout was inspired by Les Paul. The problems I encountered were mostly due to issues with soldering and many, many replaced pots. More pictures here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeff355/

Let me know what you think.
 

shanejw

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Love it!  I've always wanted to build a white axe.  Looks great!  Cool control layout!
 

Jeff355

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I finally got around to making a video with this guitar. Its a compilation of songs from The Nutcracker. Check it out here: http://www.youtube.com/user/Jeff355

Merry Christmas!
 

JaySwear

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that video was awesome! very nice

on a completely unrelated note, that B-25 video was badass! my grandad flew in a B-24, and i've always been interested in the medium and heavy bombers of WWII. very very cool.
 

ironeddie

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I Love It!  It looks like it could be friends with my warmoth guitar! :glasses9:
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Mine only has the half scalloped.  How do you love the full scalloped fingerboard?

(photo is available on my blog if you anyone wants to use it guitardedwebtrickery.blogspot.com)
 
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