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  1. #11
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    Wow I love that guitar, great job Scott

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    Sunset Surfari TL1. Stock kit. Body contours added and neck thinned.

    First build and first post. New to both.
    Stain burst. Satin lacquer spray. Thru body strings added. Stainless steel 3/16 pop rivets used as ferrules. Worked a treat.
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  4. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by A.D. View Post
    Wow I love that guitar, great job Scott
    Thanks... must admit looks better in person... wow the first entry of the month is nice... going to do a Lyttelton New Zealand tribute tele next... mix of famous artist and local musician motiff. Look up Bill Hammond and Delaney Davidson... you'll get the vibe

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    Hi, I'm from france so I'm sorry for my english,
    here's my first guitar kit : A TLA-1F
    I enjoy a lot this experience and I hope you will like my Telecastor ^^ (castor in french = beaver)

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    Thx for watching

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    Here's my first build, a HB-4S. It took 2 years to complete. It sat on the shelf for a while and like a lot of you have found some free time over the last while to finally complete the task. I'm pretty happy with the result.

    The body is a grey stain with a clear coat and the neck just has linseed oil.

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    Nice colour Tetra.

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    Wow! Glad I'm not submitting a build this month. What fantastic instruments.
    What Did You Play Today? ~PJS~

    Build #1) KH-1 - November 2019 GOTM

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    Spalted Maple LP kit
    Body: mahogany, spalted maple
    Neck: mahogany, rosewood
    Hardware: Gotoh
    Electronics: Gotoh, kit P90's
    Finish: metal & paint (front), black keda dye & tru-oil (back)
    Neck work was so good I could achieve super low action (0.2mm at 1st fret & 0.5mm at 12th fret) with no fret buzz.
    Plays and sounds amazing!

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  11. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by KiMT View Post
    Spalted Maple LP kit
    Body: mahogany, spalted maple
    Neck: mahogany, rosewood
    Hardware: Gotoh
    Electronics: Gotoh, kit P90's
    Finish: metal & paint (front), black keda dye & tru-oil (back)
    Neck work was so good I could achieve super low action (0.2mm at 1st fret & 0.5mm at 12th fret) with no fret buzz.
    Plays and sounds amazing!

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    Is that a PBG kit? Have never seen that variant on the website, unless it's super old...

  12. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by Bakersdozen View Post
    Is that a PBG kit? Have never seen that variant on the website, unless it's super old...
    Sure is.
    You could be right but I am not sure how old/recent.

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