Current Projects-Obscene #of pics

Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by Grant Bass, Nov 21, 2012.


  1. Grant Bass

    Grant Bass

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    so these are well under way, not alot of documentation; just took my first photos while prepping for finish so ya;
    give ya a rundown on what your lookin at then just put a bunch of pics :D
    first is a 5 stringer
    sp.cedar body spalt/quilt maple top
    7 pc neck curly maple/purpleheart
    palisander fingerboard
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    The second is a 6 fretless
    1 piece gen. mahogany body
    mac ebony board
    13 pc neck; cant remember, cant count em all in pic
    mostly purple heart and maples
    i tried to spruce it up with some ebony accents where i could; neck plate thingy inlay, LED spot jack input, and the little semi circle is a thumb rest (little smoother n harder)
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  2. gene beauchamp

    gene beauchamp Supporting Member

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  3. Grant Bass

    Grant Bass

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  4. suldanna

    suldanna

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    Hey Grant, nice looking work there. The shop is looking awesome as well.

    Take care,
    Dalton
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  6. Chef FourString

    Chef FourString

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    Very nice, sir. Looks great. An art I wish I knew.
  7. ILLINOX

    ILLINOX

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    i imagine others have asked this, but I'm seeing a lot of basses with a "scarf" at the scarf joint. (No pun intended.) How did you insert that black piece in there? is it just an additional piece you throw in there when gluing your scarf joint?

    thanks
  8. Grant Bass

    Grant Bass

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    thanks so much;
    hey dalton, good to see ya round here (Suldanna handmade)
    ya its just pieces stuck inbetween during glue up

    thanks for looking

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