Making an Electric Guitar: Part 3

Duration: 10:46

Ginny’s guitar is done! In this wrap up video you can hear the guitar’s “voice,” see the completed instrument, and hear Ginny’s advice for aspiring young guitar builders. If you haven’t already, be sure to catch parts 1 and 2 of this three-part series.

Related Videos:
Making An Electric Guitar: Part 1
Making An Electric Guitar: Part 2

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6 Responses to “Making an Electric Guitar: Part 3”
  1. Mike

    Great video but it was just “what” you did, nothing about “how” you built/did it. No woodworking

  2. Brian Knowles
    Brian Knowles

    After all the trouble and effort you / everybody put into making this, can we see him play it ..? Thks from the UK

  3. Gary

    I have a poplar body blank, double cutaway, LP style, I glued up, ohhh,
    3 years ago. I had planned to glue a 1/4″ red oak cap on the top, but, cut it out & everything. Then the yips set in and I still haven’t brought myself to pull the trigger.
    My problem now is the lure of maple, walnut, zebrawood, etc. They have bewitched and befuddled my sensibilities so that I can’t decide. And don’t EVEN get me started on veneers…
    So, yep… it can take a long time to actually finish a home-built guitar.
    Especially if you can’t get started…