I managed to over sand the left horn to the point where I went through the sealer, pulled up some dye and messed up the color pretty bad. All things are fixable. They just take time. This mistake along with being pretty much otherwise stretched for time lately added about two weeks to the build.
Accumulating unfinished guitar repair and build projects one impulse purchase at a time.
Monday, April 2, 2018
Headless Kit Build: The Final Coat
It has been a while since the last update. Many coffee filters have been used. There was a pretty big hiccup along the way.
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