eddie julian: So there yo go, after about 1/2 hour 45 min you can build a les paul neck (as long as you have thousands of dollars in specialized tools and jigs) hahaha. It's funny but hey the guy can build some pretty cool guitars I'll give him that for sure. Show us people who don't have a huge shop full of every tool how to build a les paul. I bet you could. Thanks for the awesome videos.
Monster Guitars: I have jig envy. :)
Hot Potatoes: Please build me a custom Les Paul!!! ha!
mojojo10000: do you still make these bodies and necks if so love for you to build me a set
FightFan5: you might think people are trying to help by posting links but dont overlook the fact that your videos get alot of views so they are also kind of advertising on your back
Douglas S: Hi. Do you have any video showing how to shape/carve a LP neck profile? Thx a lot for the great videos!!!
SuperCarver2011: Great demo. I have made 3 LP types myself, so it's interesting to see how other woodworkers do it. One thing I noticed is that your fingers are pretty close to the saw blades...good thing that you have good concentration and eye to hand co-ordination.
Paul Bohn: If your cutting a strait truss rod slot, it's way easier to do on the tablesaw.
Misfit1026: Grizzly.com is your friend. I know you probably like your router table just fine, but, check out this shaper, it is a great shaper for the money and it is a world of difference versus a router table. I make furniture. I use one of these daily. It has lasted me 5 years of daily use and shows no signs of wear or any issues. If you can pay for a Laguna Bandsaw, this is well within your budget! Just tryin to throw some info your way. I used to use a Router table and it was so under powered and the collet chuck had limitations of size. Shaper cutters last soooo much longer! Anyway, here's a link. Also, back up and look at other shapers if you want to pay less or want nicer.
Matthew Wiebe: what are the clamps you use for the jigs called?
Ted Lundquist: Great videos! Thank you for all info! :)
Finn Von Schmedling: Hey man! Been watching your videos for about a year now and I really love your work. And I wonder if you sell only necks? Have a 72 Gibson sg with A neck beyond repair. So. I need a new one. Would you take the job?
leon james: I'm in the UK and would buy a les paul kit off you over a Gibson any day,do you sell to the UK?
Double Take Vapes: Question for you Sir. I have seen several videos of people making guitars even the factory made units and all of the ones I have seen done you use two pieces of wood to make wings on the sides of the tuning head. Why? Why isn't this just made out of a solid chunk of wood instead of adding these two little wings and then routering them off?
Billy Shelton: Pm me on the price of your 59 lp necks
Billy Shelton: Why don't you sell a 59 lp diy kit.i can't seem to find one that's close to yours,I'm trying to build one like the derrig copy that slash has.
James Funicello: Your router bit is too short. I have several similar applications. I was able to get a 1/2 inch by 4 inch tall straight cut bit for like $26.00. It saves so much time from resetting bit height and taking multiple passes. There's a bunch of sites you can get a custom one from. I think I used tool orbit or orbit tool. Nice vids man. Keep on rockin.
vinnie dolly:0:01 are those one-piece necks or do the headstocks be derived from another chunk and sticked onto after subsequently? 18:28 what a perfection bro! in future i think i'll want to ask you to build a LP to me
arthur kandziora: Do u sell any of the guitars u make?
Nick Bretz: I saw in your other video that you routed the neck pocket at a 4.5 degree angle. Do you put another angle on the neck?
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