"I made my first one not knowing if it would work and no idea how to play it anyhow except that seasick Steve had a sound I just had to have! Day before yesterday number 100 came off my bench and yesterday I sold it at my weekly stall....addictive…"
"I go at it the other way, set your outermost strings then divvy up the remainder. Once that is in the bag, figuring bridge spacing is a straight compare job. Yeah the spacings vary a little but since I bulk precut necks anyhow, it seems to work out…"
"Hi Ralph, greetings from New Zealand. I mainly use recycled bed heads for necks, They are a great source of mahogany, english oak and a couple of others endemic to nz you probably don't have. just (if you have one) set your table…"
"Not quite the same, but I was given a custom made hot brand to mark my work, then free hand the sequential number after it with a poker. 94 is on the bench right now, my first twin neck. Lacking that, how about just leaving one on the gun rack?"
I've always wanted a Xaphoon but was too cheap to just buy one, so a cheap clarinet mouthpiece with a good reed (#1 1/2) a piece of nice thick bamboo and this picture later......still a work in progress but I'm getting there.