This book describes how to find the parts with which a Telecaster is made and how to put these together creating a real "Recycled Guitar". Content: - all Telecaster components, how to get them and what pitfalls to watch out for - how to convert that heap of metal and wood to a great instrument - minimum set of tools, suitable for the one-time builder - how to set up the result (neck relief, radius, intonation, playability etc) - overview of serial numbers and dating of Fender guitars as aid when buying stuff - extended info on guitar electronics and the famous 5switch workings - some more subjects of interest; frets, tonewood, common problems, making a new nut etc. Building a Recycled Guitar or Frankie, gives you the unqiue opportunity to build and customize a guitar completely to your own wishes and budget. Make your own dream come true and gain the confidence to upgrade any other guitar. Have fun! Bert van der Moer, 2011
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|Size: ||5.5 MB|
|Publisher: ||Guitars Recycled|
|Date published: || 2013|
|ISBN: ||9789080989993 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|