Bass Time!

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Re: Bass Time!

Postby ludobag » Sat Feb 18, 2012 4:38 am

fantastic thread ;)
i love the way you diy all :shock:

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Re: Bass Time!

Postby olrocknroller » Sat Feb 18, 2012 8:25 pm

Olav wrote:One piece body. Two piece rod. Three to get ready, now go Oi GO!


Another lefty! I wish I had been able to find a lefty when I decided I wanted to play guitar... As it is, I wonder whether I wouldn't be a better player had I learned left-handed??? :? Some mysteries aren't meant to be solved though! Another work of art!

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Re: Bass Time!

Postby cmiller0034 » Sun Nov 17, 2013 8:45 pm

Love this thread! :D Making my own molds for pickups is an especially of interesting concept. I cant get hold to any for a fair price. Making covers out of hardwood was under consideration. But after seeing this.... Oigun thx for shedding some light on the process. Where did you get the plastic material to use and how did you melt it? With a heat gun? If you have any suggestions on where to find further info I'm sure everyone would appreciate it.

Also the electroplating is pretty cool too. I find Black nickle plated hardware for my projects. Do you know how to do that too? Questions questions questions :?:
"If the women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy."- a wise man

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