Matthew Wiebe: what are the clamps you use for the jigs called?
Ted Lundquist: Great videos! Thank you for all info! :)
Finn Jacobsen: 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?
Jerry Lake: 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?
Сергей Скорняков: Клееная башка грифа!!! Оригинально, такой хрени я ещё не видел.
Za7a7aZ: Did you study how to become a luthier somewhere or did you teach yourself?
eiclan: mate,as an old machinist ,I can appreciate the work and precision in a common sense way that you are doing.That flat stone bench is a great idea.I saw a guy honing transmission valves on such a bench years ago ,great way to keep stuff flat.You can never have too many jigs. Cheers Ross from Aussie
Nicolas LEBLOND: What a clean video... Really impressive how you got your stuff together man, my questions are answered ! Thank you
Fidel R.: jigman
joseph stankiewicz: where are your safety glasses?
Guitar Riffs Drop D Tuning: Great video....
jeff “jeffbwack” wackenthal: Very interesting!!!Thank you!
Alain Rivard: Really enjoy your youtubr channel. But do you do,les,paul kits?
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