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    Default Re: Making one's own musical instruments

    Wow that looks real good Aidan.
    Thanks to Cara for the links.
    Its amazing that copy pick ups produce such a good sound.
    I suppose they are exact copy of the real thing with cheaper materials.
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    Yes it was the [IMG] insert tags that were messing up - thanks Cara

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    Default Re: Making one's own musical instruments

    Pics are now showing on previous ost - thanks Cara for pointing error out.

    Overall I am VERY IMPRESSED with what was after all "Hacked" together over the course of a weekend !!
    With more time, effort and attention to detail you could have a serious instrument.
    Time will tell how the hardware holds up over it's expensive counterparts but for the price !!

    I did exactly what I set out to do in the very begining - and spent not one single penny extra on the build.

    I am going to redo the headstock logo and guitar will now be named: T58:02

    and Thanks Greybeard to for you input both on and off forum
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