A busy week in the shop: putting the new band-saw to good use, the pitfalls of measuring just once before cutting, and a host of smaller updates
A week out the shop: laser cutting some cover, doing some exploratory CAD work for a potential client, and (to quote Sheryl Crow) a change can do you good.
A week in the shop: making lid lips using a router, drilling a lot of holes in one guitar, and wiring up an old strat clone.
A week in the shop: another demonstration of why you should measure twice, planning pickups for a build, and falling back on my backup amp.
A fortnight in the shop: a tale of two neck builds, fixing up an old guitar, and important lessons about hair and wood glue.
A week in the shop: struggling with some very impressionable wood, fixing up an old mongrel guitar, and a tweak to my workbench.
A brief week in the shop: making and executing my workshop todo list, laser-cutting some pick-guards, and woes in power-tool purchasing.
A week out the shop: Levelling up my Fusion 360 skills a bit as I tweak the current guitar design, and fighting CAD workflows as I move things between tools to do some laser cutting.
A week (kinda) in the shop: unnamed prototype guitar is moving forward as I find my way around the new workshop, and I order some cigar boxes to try for size.
A short week in the shop: fixing up my cigar box guitar, gluing up the body from last week, and looking briefly at sources of wood.
Returning to the workshop: what I did over the summer, making some new starts, and getting back to building:
A week mostly not in the shop: getting set back up ready to build, pondering bandsaws, and pondering what to do during lockdown.
A week in and out the shop: my first guitar show booked and more repairs on other peoples' guitars.