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Table Of Contents

Introduction
A Cautionary Note
Tools
Hand Tools
Files
Chisels
Planes
Shaves
Whet Stone
Bridge Pin/End Pin Reamer
Scratch Awl
Handsaws
Squares and Straight Edges
Vernier Caliper
Drill Bits, Forstner Bits, and Spade Bits
Drum/Spindle Sander Bits
Clamps
Knives
Mallets
Fret Tools
Radius Sanding Block
Nut Files
Soldering Supplies
Power Tools
Scroll Saw/Jig Saw
Bandsaw
Bench Sander
Drill Press
Bench Plane
Plunge Router
Handheld Drill Motor
Supplies
Economy Woods
High End Woods
Fret Wire
Sand Paper
Glue
Electrical Supplies
Double Sided Tape
Finishes and Sprays
Screws
Parts
Tuning Machines
Bridges
Pickups
Making the Guitar Neck
Wood Selection
Dimensions
Storage and Acclimation
Constructing a Scarf Joint
Layout
Execution
Alternatives to the Block Plane
Gluing Up the Joint
Head Plates and Decorative Veneer
Preparation
Gluing Up
Installing a Truss Rod
Routing the Channel
Making the Fret Board
Find the Center Line
Cutting the Fret Board
Cleaning up the Edges
Gluing the Fret Board to the Neck
Headstock Layout and Neck Trimming
Simple Inlay
Rough Carving the Neck
Blending the Headstock in to the Neck
Carving the Heel
Carving the Shoulders
Finding the Highest Point of the Neck
Rounding Over the Sides of the Neck
Rough Clean-up With Files
Rough Sanding and Fret Board Radius
Fret Board Radius
Rough Sanding the Back of the Neck
Fret Work
Slotting the Fret Board
Setting in the Frets
Fret Dressing
Finish Sanding
Special Tricks for Frets
Finishing the Neck
Finishing the Fret Board
Making the Body
Initial Layout
Finding the Center Line
Aligning the Neck to the Body
Aligning Pickups to the Body
Cutting Pockets in the Lid
Tuning the Neck Pocket
Determining Neck Pocket Depth
Creating the Control Cavity
Gluing the Body Insert
Routing out the Body Pockets
Drilling out the Body for Wiring
Pickup Channel
Bridge Ground Channel
Jack Input
Final Assembly
Attaching the Neck
Making the Nut
Initial Rough Thickness
Trimming to Size
Gluing
Cutting Starter Slots for the Strings
Bridge Installation
Finalizing Position
Grounding and Mounting the Bridge
Pickup Installation
Making a Custom Truss Rod Cover
Wiring
Soldering
Soldering Wires to Lugs
Soldering Wire to Wire
Soldering to a Pot Shell (Grounding)
Star Grounding
Grounding all the Metal Parts
Avoiding a Ground Loop
Shielding
Circuit 1 – Simple Volume & Tone
Circuit 2 – Volume & Tone W/ Coil Tap
Testing the Circuit
Final Setup
Control Knob Installation
Tuner Installation
Stringing up the Guitar & Nut Action
Playing Action
Intonation
The Finished Instrument
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Advanced Cigar Box Guitar Construction - 2010

Advanced Cigar Box Guitar Construction - 2010

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