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hahaha I think that he might've gone a little bit too deep, but look at the smoothness and effort put into that wow I guess he learned a lesson :doh:
 

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Rythameen said:
This is something my son would try:shock:
Hopefully not with one of YOUR guitars :nunu:
 

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Yep, that about sums up my opinion on scalloping :p
 

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my god....present that man his certification in luthery.... :lol:
 

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ROFL
certificate in stupidity more like ;)
Whoa whoa.. At least the guy tried. Sure he screwed the pooch, but at least he tried. And now he is one step closer to doing a better scallop job than any of us, agreed?

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El_jalepeno said:
Whoa whoa.. At least the guy tried. Sure he screwed the pooch, but at least he tried. And now he is one step closer to doing a better scallop job than any of us, agreed?:thumb:
He didn't just screw the pooch, he got down and dirty doing the really big nasty with that puppy.:D :D I think he still has a long way to go, and he will go through a lot more necks before he gets it down. Like I said earlier, this is something my son would try, probably with the same results.........kids just don't think like adults, it's something in their brains.:D Still if he is having fun and an afford it, more power to him.
 

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lol I play a squire due to my lack of the monaay
The Fret Board looks like brown playdough pressed town really hard if ya ask me :thumg:
 

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That is absolutely hillarious!!! I have thought about trying to scallop one of my guitars just to see what it is like, because I've never played a scalloped neck before. But horror stories like that always stop me...and haunt my dreams!
 

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I used to make guitars EJ, agree that he now knows not to bugger up the next one ;)
Research & measuring twice before cutting was his downfall hence the remark, there is a limit on genius but none for stupidity ;) (I'm sure we've all heard the phrase)
 
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