Revolutionary, unique, strong, attractive,
resonant, and the ultimate acoustic
|Crafted by: John Alden Robinson
Since: (The last major website up-date)
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conform to the specifications in text or the way they are currently being built. This web site will be updated
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El Conquestador S/N
11209 unassigned and
available in Bubinga with
Hemlock top and mahogany
deposit and you can have
built to your specifications
Nazrene Star S/N 10608
unassigned and available.
Woods: Black Walnut with
Canadian Cypress (Alaskan
Yellow Cedar) top. Binding:
herring bone classic
$250 non-refundable depost
and you can reserve this guitar
I had a contract to build an electric guitar neck to customer specs using my lamination methods.
Assigned Electrical Guitar S/N EN 11110 (first project November 2010)
Here are some of the pictures of it in construction. With slow economy I haven't been too busy in shop
so not much has been happening to change this page.
|The first lamination of carbon fiber and maple in the jig the next morning before the second lamination
|At the third lamination American Black Walnut additional of tapered lamination for the heel build up
|Clamping the first lamination and carbon fiber in the neck jig
Fourth lamination a tapered short section in the
peg board just after the bend over.
The pegboard has to be one lamination thinner
than the neck for the pegs to fit.
Clamping the next full lamination
Laminations of the neck complete
Truing one side of the neck laminations on the
|Truing the other side of the neck laminations on the band saw
Fret template and truss rod beside the neck prior to routing the truss rod grove.
Truss rod grove and truss rod in place.
|Installing the fingerboard
Note tape on the edges of the fingerboard to keep the resin out of the fret slots
Truss rod in place with
Note index tape on the
|Profiling the neck with sanding cauls
|Neck mounted in tension Jig
Neck under tension in jig
Neck ready for inlay and frets