We are back to a fully intensive hard working week!
Really great progress this week.. routing, sanding and painting!
Lets start. Continue reading
I am so close to the end bet yet so far away So what happened on the 5th week?
Well, not much I must admit, but I finally got the electronics and pickguard… This is a huge step because now I’m able to make the final step before painting!
This week was interesting, because my orders started to arrive, first four holes in the guitar body, tuning machines and some paint adjusting.
Bridge & Neck-plate have arrived! Continue reading
I just wanna start by saying that even if it looks like I know what I’m doing, I’m making mistakes all the time
This is my first try, I’m not a professional carpenter and I’m using pretty basic hand-tools and small power mobile tools. Continue reading
I feel so happy and surprised that I’ve gone so far in two weeks, honestly I thought that reaching this stage will take me a lot longer. So this is the 2nd week and it’s full of great progress: Sanding, rounding, neck, neck pocket and more sanding.
Here we go:
Hello everyone and thank you for join me on my project of making a bass guitar (the unprofessional way ;P )
I thought to myself that this could be a very very cool idea, making a cheap custom bass guitar, literally one of my dreams.
Just to be clear, I’m not a professional wood-worker, just an amateur, and that actually might help you if you’re like me. Continue reading
If you followed me since my last video, when I showed you how I converted this bass into a Fretless, you may be interested in my new video, because this is some kind of an “update” or “extra details” about my bass and this subject.
If you’re on your way of converting your own bass into fretless and you’re looking for info over the web, go ahead, read and watch my last tutorial where I show you my way of converting basses: “How to make a fretless-bass”