The “Recycled Bassguitar”: Build One With Precision® Bass Parts, Bert van der Moer
Books
Bert van der Moer

The “Recycled Bassguitar”: Build One With Precision® Bass Parts

Read
209 printed pages
Building your own guitar is fun – firstly – and secondly you may end up with a good custom PBass for a good price.
But, if you want – you can build a super high-end guitar a bit more or incredibly more expensive. Your choice!
If you have all the parts and no disastrous mismatches then you can construct and setup your guitar in under 4 hours.
Content:
– all Precision Bass components, how to get them and what pitfalls to watch out for
– how to convert that heap of metal and wood to a great instrument
– minimum set of tools, suitable for the one-time builder
– how to set up the result (neck relief, radius, intonation, playability etc)
– overview of serial numbers and dating of Fender guitars as aid when buying stuff
– guitar electronics
– some more subjects of interest; frets, tonewood, common problems, making a new nut etc.
The book has been written on basis of a number of projects done by the author (that's me) with some 100 photographs in colour.
Have fun, Bert
Original publication
2013
Impression
Add to shelf
Read
0Readers
0Bookshelves
0Impressions
0Quotes

Impressions

👍
👎
💧
🐼
💤
💩
💀
🙈
🔮
💡
🎯
💞
🌴
🚀
😄

How did you like the book?

Sign in or Register
bookmate icon
One fee. Stacks of books
You don’t just buy a book, you buy an entire library… for the same price!
fb2epub
Drag & drop your files (not more than 5 at once)