Category Archives: Kill The Treble

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What I’ve Learned…


Before I began drawing, designing, or picking out wood, I knew that building a instrument was a far cry from anything I had ever done in the wood shop. The margin for error is almost nonexistent. When I began to … Continue reading

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Pressing On

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Working on a new website for my bass guitar building. Once its complete I’ll post the address, currently there isn’t much to see. But what I have looks cool. Outside of the realm of working wood, and entering the realm of playing … Continue reading

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In the Meantime…

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My daytime job this has left me with very little time, as my bass still sits waiting. Continue reading

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Next Item Up….

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Now with everything square and flat, it’s time to undo most of the work with tapered cuts, and tapered thicknesses Sounds like a headache. Continue reading

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A tricky joint to “roll”

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It’s not what you think. Continue reading

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The only math I like

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In cabinetry and furniture woodworkers will all agree that taking time to layout joinery, oversizing the stock, and sneaking up on the finished dimensions is a must if you want success in the final result. Continue reading

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The Blind Leading Myself ?

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The blind leading myself ? Sometimes but not always. I don’t suffer from multiple personality disorder. I publically admitted that there have been several times when I wanted to trash this first attempt at building a bass guitar. Continue reading