andrewdoeshair wrote:Top notch thread. Instant classic, IMO. I really wish I made necks more often- I do it just often enough that I feel like I'm re-learning each time... I've so far only used those double action rods from eBay, but I REEEAALLLY want to start making my own vintage style rods. I can't wrap my head around the anchor, though...
Tree's wrote:Thanks for sharing , good point on not using the router on the heel. Made me realize, all the vintage necks I've owned had some bit of vertical saw lines still visible on the heel. Fender didn't rout around the heel to avoid tearout also.
lokalfuz wrote:This is awesome indeed. Thanks much!
DrOctagon wrote:This one of the reasons this websites so great, gotta love the DIY ethic. Great job and great thread strider
CROSS_guitars wrote:very impressive. Your jigs are very simple in construction. It makes it easier to follow what you are doing.
A_saVANT wrote:This is an awesome thread. Library worthy for sure.
Thanks for making the time to put this together, it's people like you with threads like this that give me the guts to give it a go myself, de-mystifies the whole process and makes it seem possible.
Any chance one of those necks will have blocks and binding?
Excellent job, cheers!
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