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Author:  FoolForRick [ Tue Jun 21, 2011 6:14 am ]
Post subject:  Re: 360 Casualty

Well, it's still going strong and I must admit I was more concerned about the repair on the neck break as that to me would be under a lot more pressure than where the neck joins the body. But just a note to Schmidt that I did in fact build up the sides of the neck pocket prior to gluing so that the neck was wedged in there and in the correct alignment. And as Schoolside noted, I would do it again if it came loose - the biggest pain in the ass is the French Polishing - Speaking of which I need to do further as I want the guitar to be a coca cola colour..

Still well chuffed with this, BA and Schoolside - Nice one Dudes...

Author:  JohnHall [ Tue Jun 21, 2011 8:05 am ]
Post subject:  Re: 360 Casualty

FoolForRick wrote:
Still well chuffed with this, BA and Schoolside - Nice one Dudes...


Boy, if that isn't mixed dialect, I don't know what is! England meets California . . .

Author:  FoolForRick [ Mon Jan 02, 2012 2:38 am ]
Post subject:  Re: 360 Casualty

He he.. Well I like to think my sound has a foot on each continent and i am actually originally from South Africa so my vocabulary is a bit cut 'n paste!! Just about to overhaul the electronics, crumbly old pick ups and have her re-fretted!

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