Classic Build #1 The whole bass and nothing but.....

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Re: Classic Build #1 The whole bass and nothing but.....

Post by BOSS302BASS » 15 Nov 2017, 12:47

The entrance to the rabbithole... 8/
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Come inside if you dare :twisted: :lol:

I just happened to be sitting outside in the carpark having a snack .......looked like the perfect photo opportunity :D
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Make sure you bring popcorn so you can leave a trail to find your way out!
Ivan the bass is looking incredible. Like the outline for the pickguard, it really suits the body. Looking forward to its completion. Hopefully before I split!

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Re: Classic Build #1 The whole bass and nothing but.....

Post by Classic5 » 07 Dec 2017, 19:26

Thought I'd post a mini update.

Yes I now understand the therapeutic benefits of sanding, sanding and sanding. I feel strangely calm.

Working on the outside edges of the body:

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And as the sun sets it's starting to look quite nice indeed:

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Hopefully heading into the workshop at MSGM tomorrow to keep the momentum going :yep
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Re: Classic Build #1 The whole bass and nothing but.....

Post by narcdor » 07 Dec 2017, 19:49

Not bloody bad for a first effort
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Re: Classic Build #1 The whole bass and nothing but.....

Post by Classic5 » 07 Dec 2017, 20:04

narcdor wrote:
07 Dec 2017, 19:49
Not bloody bad for a first effort
Thanks Nick. The credit definitely goes to Dave and Rob who have an uncanny ability to pull you up before you head off in the wrong direction. So far I'm really pleased with how things are going. I better start practicing so I have something to play when it's done.
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Re: Classic Build #1 The whole bass and nothing but.....

Post by SneakyJak » 07 Dec 2017, 20:57

One thing I’ve learn is this is more patience and attention to details than any great wood working mastery.

Knowing you as I do this build is going to be exceptional

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Re: Classic Build #1 The whole bass and nothing but.....

Post by drbass » 07 Dec 2017, 21:27

Very nice, Ivan!

Workshop tomorrow?

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Michael
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Re: Classic Build #1 The whole bass and nothing but.....

Post by Classic5 » 08 Dec 2017, 07:17

drbass wrote:
07 Dec 2017, 21:27
Workshop tomorrow?
Regards,
Michael
It's a yes to that Michael, if all goes to plan.
SneakyJak wrote:
07 Dec 2017, 20:57
One thing I’ve learn is this is more patience and attention to details than any great wood working mastery.

Knowing you as I do this build is going to be exceptional
Ok...,I'm feeling the pressure now :lol:
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Re: Classic Build #1 The whole bass and nothing but.....

Post by Classic5 » 10 Dec 2017, 20:35

David has applied the first sealer coat and we're ready for some black dye to do the grain enhancing thing......bit nervous about the next step. I may have a go at it tomorrow. Fingers crossed I don't make a total mess of it.

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Re: Classic Build #1 The whole bass and nothing but.....

Post by SneakyJak » 12 Dec 2017, 20:03

Can’t wait for a demo video

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Re: Classic Build #1 The whole bass and nothing but.....

Post by Classic5 » 12 Dec 2017, 20:37

SneakyJak wrote:
12 Dec 2017, 20:03
Can’t wait for a demo video
I'll do my best Pete.......but lately I've been spending more time building than playing, so it will be interesting. As we all know bass is a very unforgiving instrument :eyebrow:

I'll definitely have demo with something nice and simple :yep
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Re: Classic Build #1 The whole bass and nothing but.....

Post by SneakyJak » 13 Dec 2017, 18:50

Classic5 wrote:
12 Dec 2017, 20:37
SneakyJak wrote:
12 Dec 2017, 20:03
Can’t wait for a demo video
I'll do my best Pete.......but lately I've been spending more time building than playing, so it will be interesting. As we all know bass is a very unforgiving instrument :eyebrow:

I'll definitely have demo with something nice and simple :yep
I’m actually not playing at the moment had to quit my band and playing for the moment. Unfortunately I’m struggling with building as well but I’m more annyoyed about the issue affecting my building more than my playing. It is addictive

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