Neckthrough Telecaster Style Electric Guitar

Neckthrough Telecaster Style Electric Guitar

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Description

Hello, every one!

Some time ago I have became an owner of CNC-router, so I decide to make a guitar as my educational project.

And here it is - Neckthrough telecaster style electric guitar with two additional carbon trus rods.

Some words about this project:

My publication includes several 3d-files. One is the desing-concept of the guitar that I have made to see how the guitar will look like. Anouther two files I have maden for my CNC-Router program and I have to say that models in these "engineering" files have minor but very important differences with the model in "desing-concept" file.

Also, I have to say, that in this project I had a lot of "post-CNC job" for different reasons, for example, bridge-pocket and turning keys holes were maden using manual router, and lot of finishing work was required.

Unfortunatelly, this model has some mistakes that I prefer to fix in case I decide to make such guitar again: it has very thin wall between wiring-pocket and the back surface of the guitar and wood is unstable in this place, also it has very tight pocket for battery box top. Also maybe the neck head is too small and thin (I even have to use additional washers for turning keys installation).

Also I have made some mistakes during routing and the neck become much thinner than I supposed to be. Actually, it quiet thin in the 3d-model and it become thinner because of my mistake with Z-axis settings during routing. And I suppose that it is still not broken and keeps in tune only becouse of additional carbon trus rods in its construction.

Anyway, I suppose this is succesfull project. The guitar has a pleasant sound, strings and scale can be tuned quite accurately, tunning keeps well, the guitar looks great!

So, I suppose it will be usefull for somebody!

Best regards,

Vladimir

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