|james condino ||10-20-2013 02:30 PM |
loose bassbar easy access???
My old assistant, Walker Turner, gettin' the job done, but cutting a few corners along the way.....can I use titebond to fix this?
|Jake deVilliers ||10-20-2013 03:27 PM |
Titebond won't work for that - you'll need to use fibreglass! :D
|pi_r_squared ||10-20-2013 03:31 PM |
"My dad's a television repairman, he's got this ultimate set of tools.....I can fix it!"
|JoeyNaeger ||10-20-2013 07:48 PM |
He's probably questioning why he took the effort to remove the back....
|Turnaround ||10-20-2013 09:11 PM |
The trick to this kind of repair is in getting the inner plies routed out along the length of the join and cross-grained plies laid in. Probably best if the plies were laid on opposing diagonals. Clamping is a bit of a problem, but if you can manage that the result is some pretty fair firewood.
|KUNGfuSHERIFF ||10-20-2013 09:15 PM |
Nice liquor cabinet.
|Champagne ||11-07-2013 07:36 AM |
If there was an ax in the picture, I would have taken the OP more seriously! :P
|Jeremy Darrow ||11-07-2013 07:56 AM |
This reminds of of a scene from the days when I worked in a bike shop. A father and son came in for a new chain for the son's BMX bike. They didn't know that you break the chain to remove it, and it's not a big deal to reconnect it. Instead, they cut the frame.
|RCWilliams ||11-07-2013 01:46 PM |
why'd he take the back off first?
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