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    Resto-Mod for the RC-1 Electric Guitar

    Resto-Mod for the RC-1 Electric Guitar.

    Well Hello fellow guitar builders and greeting from San Diego Cal. USA.
    I have started my guitar build with a few modifications to the original guitar plans, after all it is fun to have a custom guitar that you have helped design.
    In the following photos you will see my progress so far, more to come in the near future week.
    I have made notes in photo shop for you to read along with the pics.

    Thanks for L@@KING. Cap.


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    Last edited by captainleeward; 09-11-2018 at 01:24 PM.

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    Great start and always cool to make it your own

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    Thanks Stan, I can see you are a modder too....I'll bet you have a shop as well..Cap.
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    I think the bolt on neck is a smart choice for this model. Looks to me like you have been doing your homework. Happy building.

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    Hey Cap, with the number of supports you have in there, did you ever consider neodymium magnets to keep it all closed, rather than screws?
    “IGOR! Fetch the electrodes!! And make me a daiquiri, I’m parched”

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    I like the bolt on neck mod ... Kinda wish I'da done that on mine !

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    Well thanks you guys for your input and advice I will continue the build forward....Cap.

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