1974 Gibson SG special restoration.

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Re: 1974 Gibson SG special restoration.

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unless you're Rickenbacker you SHOULDNT BE LACQUERING FRETBOARDS! unless they're maple :tu:

rant over :hihi:

nice work so far. anxious to see this one resurrected.
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Re: 1974 Gibson SG special restoration.

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daCod wrote: Mon Jan 20, 2020 3:09 pmunless you're Rickenbacker you SHOULDNT BE LACQUERING FRETBOARDS!
Not even maple ones? :smashed:
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Re: 1974 Gibson SG special restoration.

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Laundromat wrote: Mon Jan 20, 2020 3:12 pm
daCod wrote: Mon Jan 20, 2020 3:09 pmunless you're Rickenbacker you SHOULDNT BE LACQUERING FRETBOARDS!
Not even maple ones? :smashed:
whoops! i needed more morning coffee before posting that one i guess. edited/fixed :hihi:
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Yeah. Only Rickenbacker can get away with it. Part of the crazy as fuck Ricky charm.
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Re: 1974 Gibson SG special restoration.

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Frets done and nut glued. Next job is the headstock veneer.
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^ Those frets are looking real nice, Jim. :tu:
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NOS veneer glued and trimmed. I’ll tidy it up a little more when I’m sanding.
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Looks nice and solid! Happy progress :tu:
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looking good!
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