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  1. General Routing
    I'm thinking about adding an f hole to a solid guitar. To do this I would have to make a template for the shape and follow that, which I am confident I can do. Once I finish that though, I was wondering if anyone could tell me the easiest way to hollow out some area underneath the surface of the...
  2. New Member Introductions
    Hi there ! I´m new here and I have a simple question: Does anyone know something about the Kuhnle Tape Router 6/4 ? cheers, 5
  3. New Member Introductions
    I've just signed up. I'm hoping to get some good ideas as I design and build my very first acoustic guitar. I'm wanting to build the back and sides from mesquite so if any of you have an experience working with this wood, please let me know. I have more information on my website at JayMc dot com...
  4. New Member Introductions
    Hello... not only am I new to routerforums.com, but i'm new to woodworking. i've spent years playing guitar & i was questioning why i don't own a guitar that isn't $3,000 or more... after all, guitar playing has been a very large part of my life. why don't i own an a very HIGH end guitar? i...
  5. New Member Introductions
    HI! I am an old wood worker looking for a challenge and I decided to make a guitar. The edge of the instrument has a joint made whole by a strip of wood called the "purfling" . Now: this purfling channel can be routed,but I haven't seen a router guide to follow a contour such as that of an...
  6. New Member Introductions
    Just stopped by to say hello. From the picture I used for my avatar and my forum handle you can probably tell what I use a router for. I'm a Luthier and I build bass guitars at least for right now. I'm just getting back into it after loosing my shop to a flood in Colorado in 1997. It took...
  7. General Routing
    Hi, This is my introduction....I have used a small 1 hp router in the past, mainly for rounding off corners on shelves etc., and it's one of my favorite tools. I recently started building an electric guitar, and I just purchased the Freud FT3000E plunge router. Seems like a solid machine...
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