Sorry, sorry, I'm still going on.Hey girlrock any more updates? Is it finished or close?
Sorry, sorry, I'm still going on...
I haven't taken pictures yet, they will arrive as soon as possible, that's the reason why I delayed with the post.
I' I used two ropes, in the same way of Gibson factory when it attaches tops on Les Pauls.
Excellent work. Congratulations! The web site you found - does that do a proper 12th root of two calculation, and not the "rule of 18" garbage that Gibson apparently still use?
I do not think Gibson has used rule of 18 in about 60 yrs or more. Most of the vintage guitars late 50's into the 60's called their scale 24.75" but were a collection of about 2 or 3 around that mark. All modern 12th root. 24.5625" (24 9/16") and 24.625" (24 5/8") were the most common. Not sure what they use now but they call it, even their historic re-issues, 24.75" scale.