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My Daughter Built a Guitar in Wood Shop

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Note Before Introduction
There was another, more complete version of this entire article that I somehow managed to overwrite. That sucks. The version that's here now is one of the early drafts. At some point in the past couple of months, I made an update to this page, and uploaded a draft version. Man, I hate it when that happens. I should really know better... Anyway, I will correct this article one day when I have time. In the meantime, enjoy this early draft. It still tells the story - mostly in picture form.

Introduction
This is not a misleading headline at all. She actually build a mockup of a B.C. Rich Avenge. From scratch. In woodshop.
At some point in time, her teacher went to California to a month-long workshop, where the end result was to build a complete guitar. He was so taken by the experience that he brought the idea to the school board and got them to agree with the idea. That being, to have classes build a complete instruments during the course of an entire school year. Not from a kit, mind you. From raw scraps of wood. The only purchased items were the metal and electronics.

Body cut to shape.

Still in the early stages

Body routed for pickups and stuff.

The routing process

In Conclusion
Well, I'm impressed...


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