Our conversion of the movie-projector amp gets underway, and we show you how to get a vintage amplifier up and running safely.
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Find out how to simulate lacquer checking and to convincingly age metal and plastic Les Paul parts, as our Greco Goldtop conversion project reaches its conclusion.
With the gold lacquer sprayed, it’s time for top coats and polishing up – but first we need to take care of the binding and start relicing some parts.
We took advantage of the summer weather to finally bring our acoustic build project to a close.
With everything glued together, it’s time for our acoustic kit to go under the spray gun.
The neck of our self-assembled Martin Guitar Kit is ready to be finished and glued onto the body.
Having finally got our Goldtop project playing, we now have to strip it all down once again for lacquering.
She’s going to be a beauty. But there are still a few steps until we’re strumming away. Huw Price is bound up in dots and slots as he continues work on our Martin guitar kit.
It was listed as a mystery 50s Fender amp, but what turned out to be a 1951 Pro needed a lot of TLC.