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    That sounds good KC, I only heard a buzz right at the end. Nice playing as well, I hope one day I can sound like that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by I値l give it a go View Post
    That sounds good KC, I only heard a buzz right at the end. Nice playing as well, I hope one day I can sound like that.


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    Thanks IGIAG (about time for a more tangible name?).

    Shouldn't take you too long, I've only been putting the pedal to the metal in short bursts.
    One thing though that I have to highly recommend.
    Go to JustinGuitar and get the 'Note Trainer' app.
    In order to really improve you simply have to know where the notes are.
    Best $3.50 I've spent in a long time!

    cheers, Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by king casey View Post
    Thanks IGIAG (about time for a more tangible name?).

    Shouldn't take you too long, I've only been putting the pedal to the metal in short bursts.
    One thing though that I have to highly recommend.
    Go to JustinGuitar and get the 'Note Trainer' app.
    In order to really improve you simply have to know where the notes are.
    Best $3.50 I've spent in a long time!

    cheers, Mark
    Yes I致e heard of him and at the moment trying to learn Pride and Joy from his tutorial. I値l give it a go ( pun intended) and spend the $3.50. Thanks for the info.


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    He's definitely got a high profile.
    I have been watching some of his 'Captains testicles' series and find it hard to believe the Captain's limited knowledge of the fret-board in context with some of the stuff he plays in his guitar flogging videos.

    There's hope for us yet.

    cheers, Mark.

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    I dig it!....

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    Thanks DarkMark.
    cheers (skid) Mark.

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    Justin Guitar ( Justin Sandercoe ) is from Tasmania and has a serious CV with international A list artists.

    He has an excellent way of simplifying things

  8. #118
    The saga continues.
    Several aspects of this build have left me dissatisfied.
    The sanding process could have been addressed with more scrutiny.
    The Jazzmaster tremolo has been a disappointment.
    The Wilkinson pickups are noisy.
    The Cabot's Exterior Gloss started peeling in areas.
    Therefore a complete strip-down and re-do is in order.

    Peeling like shrink-wrap
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    The curved edge was inconsistent around this body. Round in some areas but less so in others.
    So let's address that.
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    Time to fill the bridge post holes and tremolo rout.
    before/during.
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    cheers, Mark.

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    Filling the pool
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    Noted that the elbow cut on the standard JM-1 looks like an afterthought.
    So out with the rasp.
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    cheers, Mark.

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    Back to square one.
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    No drill press here
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    Could do with greater accuracy...next time
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    Ready for the colour coat.

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    cheers, Mark.

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