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Old 09-10-2004, 03:45 PM   #1
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I've started to model my guitar. Here's what I've got so far, I'll post more as I progress. Any constructive criticism or ideas would be much appreciated. Cheers a million,

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Old 09-10-2004, 06:05 PM   #2
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Isn't the bit where the strings are attched to a bit further down the body?

Apart from that it's a pretty cool model. Should look good textured
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Old 09-10-2004, 06:14 PM   #3
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yea u need to bring the neck and hole down. and the hole needs to be larger.
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Old 09-10-2004, 06:16 PM   #4
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one more thing. when u finish all that. make sure u center the hole up between the neck and bridge.
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Keep us updated thought, Im interested to see how this develops.
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I've done a little more, it should make a little more sense now as to why the bridge is where it is. Cheers for your thought so far, I'll check my measurements again regarding the neck and hole. I'm totally looking forward to texturing this one, must be patient though!! I'll keep you posted, thanks again,

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oh so is this an acoustic/electric?
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looks like one of those huge hollow body electric epiphone's. correct me if im wrong
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It is an Antoria Howard Roberts (big hollow body jazz type electric/acoustic guitar). I've just finished the neck and done the machine heads, only a few more bits to go, yay!
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Here's what it looks like in colour,still got to make the scratch board, socket, strings and a few minor details, apart from that it's pretty much done. Any thoughts would be apreciated, cheers for looking,

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oh ok, the finished product explained alot. lol. thats real nice.
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Looks good, gr8 work!
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Cheers loads for the nice comments, totally good for the morale. Thanks again,

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nicely done...you want to share a wire with us ?
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All I have left to do is attach the strings to the machine heads and I'm done (I think!). I rekon I'll get round to that tomorrow! any thoughts would be cool and taken on board. Thanks,

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