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Discussion in 'Australia' started by Beet, Sep 12, 2019.
I hear you.
Good on you GT still hard at it.
Much as I enjoy the "chill" ,not too much of that ATM,in full reno mode!!! Not a fan, cant find any wood mig wire!!
Measure twice cut once!!!!
Attempting to fix this 1970s Gibson copy(Tempo) I have a couple of other guitars, the main one I'm learning on when I'm not riding is a Col Clarke
The other thing I do is hunt for German Steins, I have a few ranging from 40mm high to 300mm, this some of them.
I make barley juice.
Just dabble in a few guitars.
Looks like you love a Fender @Dukehunt . Got a few Ibanez's here but no talent
Im flat out finding time to go to work between riding, let alone anything esle
I spend my time between rides with my remote controls cars .(It's a very addictive hobby )
Cheers for that Crusty, just wanted to build my grandkids something. Really enjoyed making the balance bike.
I go play in the National Park
This is a cool thread.
I've got nothing as impressive as some, but I like to sit home and play with myself......
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Always wanted a rocking horse for the kids like I had on the farm as a boy.
Some more to do - Bridle, saddle etc.
Learning to fix guitars was something i got into for a couple of years when i first retired, re-fret and level re-profile etc, if in the right mood very therapeutic. Currently between homes and workshops hence two unfinished projects gathering dust but will resume guitar work by the end of the year, strictly a hobby for me, when something doesn't turn out as planned i find it crushing. Had a lot of fun gathering the tools and learning the techniques of using them. I was encouraged and learned a little from a bloke i used to work with, he is now retired and does the luthier thing full time, he's in "the shire", if you want his details p.m. me.
Here's a pic of a Tempo and the bridge I'm after, having a lot of trouble finding this particular bridge or similar.
Playing with the four wheeled bike, both road & track:
Cheers - Gavin
Fantastic effort with the home built race car. Had to laugh at the book title "build your own race car for 250 pounds" more likely that 250 pounds was the square root of the final tally!
I drink barley juice
There's always one..... and somehow, it's always you, Kipo!