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How We Build a Bass: a pictorial building diary
by Jean Philippe Ferreira (JP Basses, France)
page 1. glueing and cutting out the body. <--you are here
page 2. body routing and starting the neck.
page 3. neck, part 2.
page 4. neck, part 3.
page 5. neck, part 4, starting the neck pocket.
page 6. finishing the neck pocket, glueing the neck in.
page 7. side dots, radiusing the fingerboard, frets.
page 8. frets, part 2, a closer look at the radiusing jig.
page 9. shaping the neck and carving the heel.
page 10. the pickups, fret dressing and crowning, done!
<start> click on any image to see a larger version.
October 3, 2002. Well, a few weeks ago I suggested I could create construction pics of one of my projects. We're talkin about a lefty 4 string Plume series bass, specs as follows:
Bubinga/Zebrano/Ash center laminations
All Wenge J-Neck
Here I go - the first picture, glueing the center laminations:
routing ad drilling wiring channels befor glueing body wings:
the top is already glued to the alder core.
the body being glued:
Sawing body shape:
trimming body shape with a router and a template:
rounding body edges:
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