Quick rundown of what's being worked on:
1. Wetsanding and buffing this 622 body
2. Assembly and dialing in this 624T:
3. More wetsanding and buffing:
4. Shaped the neck of one of the '71 prototypes
Buffed out the body on Dee J's 624T prototype. Couldn't resist a little mock up before shielding the cavities.
Yep. Here it is - a lefty Sully 624T for Dee J Nelson. Body is Alder, neck is Maple, fretboard is Rosewood. Stainless steel frets. Color will be Daphne blue in honor of his young daughter, Daphne. Two humbuckers and a hardtail bridge. Good times!
First up...swamp ash Catfish with a CRAZY Angel Step Maple top. This will be dyed purple. Can't wait!
Mocked up with a neck:
Let's do a T-style 624!
cut out....but it's backwards! That can only mean one thing: Dee J Nelson!
Gluing headstock "ears" on a three piece maple neck for Dee J...
Some "mini slash" inlaid fretboards and something fun from Doug West - mirrored bullethole inlays!