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Types of fret wire.
 
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Views: 29072 Phillip McKnight
Guitar Frets - Jumbo vs. Medium vs. Small - Size Comparison
 
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Fret size and fret type have a huge impact on a guitar's playability. I play five guitars with different kinds of frets to discuss the differences between jumbo, medium and small frets.Then, I talk about the importance of flatter frets vs. rounded frets/crowns. Do you like my guitar playing? Check out MY ORIGINAL METAL SONG: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-6Ky1XDt9o&list=PLTohPHqcomy-mYMShcDJmqEzZwC-bKTnj For simplicity, I refer to jumbo, medium and small frets in generic terms. There's a huge variety of fret types -- narrow and tall, wide and short, both wide and tall, etc. -- and it would be impossible to cover all of them. I play the following guitars on this video: 1. ESP M-II with active EMG 81 pickups and original Floyd Rose tremolo 2. Jackson King V KV2 with Seymour Duncan SH-4 and TB-4 pickups, and original Floyd Rose tremolo 3. Vintage B.C. Rich Bich with DiMarzio pickups and Kahler 2300 tremolo 4. Vintage B.C. Rich Mockingbird with DiMarzio pickups and Kahler 2300 tremolo 5. LTD JH-600 with active EMG 81 and 85 pickups and Kahler 2300 tremolo Among other topics, I discuss the following: 1. Distance between the fingertip and fretboard 2. Fret leveling and crowning 3. Fret buzz 4. String action and gauge 5. How to choose frets For reviews and photos of my guitars, please visit my website: http://www.dmometalguitar.com/
Views: 189857 dmometalguitar
Vintage 1963 Fender Stratocaster Demo and Tone Review
 
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http://www.musicstorelive.com/90165 - DETAILS BELOW (855) 790-8490 [email protected] https://www.facebook.com/MusicStoreLive This 1963 Fender Stratocaster, finished in 3 color Sunburst, is largely original and comes with its original hard shell case. It has just been completely refretted and the frets are in new condition. The only other things possibly non original on this Strat are some pickguard and saddle height screws and updated tremolo springs ( one of the original springs is included ). Also, a replaced aged bone nut is installed on the guitar, but the original nut is included. Everything else is original and untouched. The pickups and 3 way switch, red disc capacitor with its yellow sleeve and pots are all original with no repairs, rewinds, new leads or touched up solder joints - original! The pickups measure as follows: Neck 6.01k, Middle 5.57k, Bridge 6.15k. The neck joint dates "2 NOV 63B." The original headstock logo is completely intact as well. The original Kluson Deluxe tuners still work very well. Please be in touch with any other questions you may have about this killer '63 Strat! We relish to opportunity to pull out guitars like these and talk about them. Weight 7.45 lbs Serial number # L09984 1963 Fender Stratocaster Sunburst Alder Body Maple Neck - Dates 2 NOV 63B Brazilian Rosewood Slab Fretboard 7.25" Radius Clay Dot Inlays "Mint Green" Pickguard Original Headstock Logo Intact Fender Black Back Stratocaster Single Coil Pickups Pickups Measure : Neck 6.01k, Middle 5.57k, Bridge 6.15k Original 3 Way Switch Original Red Disc Capacitor and Yellow Sleeve Original Nickel Hardware Original Kluson Deluxe Single Line Tuners Scale Length 25.5" 21 Frets - Recently Refretted Fender Stratocaster Tremolo Bridge w/ Original Saddles Original Ashtray Bridge Cover Possibly Some Replacement Saddle Height Screws Original Fender Hard Shell Case Replacement Aged Bone Nut - Original Nut Included Pots: 304 6347 (vol & neck tone), 304 6329 (mid tone) Weight 7.45 lbs Serial # L09984
Views: 440817 MusicStoreLive.com
Rules of Tone - Frets
 
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The first thing you notice when you pick up a guitar is how it feels in your hands. The guitar neck is paramount to that moment, and the feel and function of the frets plays a major role in this. If you boil it down, we're basically talking about fret material and shape. If the material is too soft, metal flakes will fall off of the guitar as it's played. If it's too hard, the frets contour to the fretboard. We use the hardest, functional material we can to avoid unnecessary re-frets. We also superglue the frets in their slots to avoid fret movement and to avoid introducing water back into the neck. As far as shape goes, a fret needs to be level and perfectly radiused to maintain the integrity and comfort of the neck, prevent string buzz, and give the instrument the ability to have low action. Frets also contribute to an instrument's overall tone. Obviously, they create the scalable notes of the guitar, but it is also important to note that when a string is engaged against a fret, the fret is carrying the string's vibration into the wood. So, they can either add to or take away from a guitar's natural resonance and musicality. We use frets with a lot of nickel, which rings well. And between the fret radius, the superglue, and the tines of the fret, they fit so well in the fret slots that the sound transfer is unhindered. In the end, the point is that every piece of the puzzle is important, including frets. For the complete Rules of Tone series, visit: http://www.rulesoftone.com
Views: 196792 PRS Guitars
Sideways Fender Fret Removal
 
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Impromptu video showing a method of sideways fret removal on vintage Fender guitars. *Please note - Ann Arbor Guitars only accepts jobs from walk-in clients. We do not and will not accept any shipped in repairs.
Views: 20047 A2Guitars
Leveling, crowning and dressing the frets of a worn PRS guitar fretboard
 
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A tutorial from http://www.crimsonguitars.com following the processes of leveling the frets of a worn PRS guitar with a fret file, creating the correct fret profile for accurate intonation and then dressing and polishing each fret to its final comfortable, fast playing, high gloss finish. Check out this post on our weekly guitar makers blog if you want to see my recommendations on what guitar building tutorial books and websites you should see. http://crimsonguitars.com/workshop-diary/guitar-building-books-tutorials-and-how-to-guides Thanks for watching and don't forget to subscribe! As a pro guitar builder with 10 years custom guitar building under my belt I've tried many different tools and methods of crowning and finishing a guitars frets, this tutorial video shows my current favourite tools and methods, others are available and we may well do a few more videos showing them.. if you ask nicely ;) Don't forget to subscribe and check out our other videos, also follow each days guitar making in photo's through our workshop blog here. http://crimsonguitars.com/workshop-diary/ If you like our videos and feel like helping us out we would really appreciate a small donation.. or a large one for that matter! Just go here to use a paypal donate button on our site.. thanks for watching! http://crimsonguitars.com/donations/
Views: 406498 Crimson Custom Guitars
How to stain a Fender maple fretboard
 
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A 1972 Fender P-Bass neck came into Dan Erlewine's shop with a nasty curve that wouldn't adjust out. Dan had to remove wood to make it straight, so now he's refinishing the surface to match the rest of the neck. Teflon Fret Dam http://www.stewmac.com/item/0487 ColorTone Liquid Stains http://www.stewmac.com/item/5045 ColorTone Behkol Solvent http://www.stewmac.com/item/0794 Radius Gauge http://www.stewmac.com/item/5433 Two Cherries Wood Chisels http://www.stewmac.com/item/1627 Razor Knife http://www.stewmac.com/item/4878 - - - - - - - - - - - - StewMac has everything you need to set up, repair or build guitars. Everything is 100% guaranteed. Fast worldwide shipping. Shop StewMac: http://www.stewmac.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StewMac
Views: 169919 stewartmacdonald
TONE CHECK: Fender Jimmy Page Mirror Telecaster Guitar Demo | NO TALKING
 
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We've done demonstrations on a lot of guitars for our Tone Check series. However, none of them have bowled us over like Fender's new American made Jimmy Page Mirror Telecaster. This is one of the best sounding and playing Telecasters that we've seen in sixteen years of being a guitar shop. This guitar is an absolutely amazing instrument and goes way beyond just being a guitar for Led Zeppelin fans. The pickup set in this guitar sounds positively phenomenal and Page aside, this guitar will go down as one of Fender's BEST ever. Gear Used In This Video Available At Cream City Music: Fender Jimmy Page Mirror Telecaster: http://bit.ly/CCMJimmyPageTele Fender '65 Princeton Reverb: http://bit.ly/65PrincetonRI Vertex Effects Ultraphonix Overdrive: http://bit.ly/VertexUltraphonix Jimmy Page's historic Telecaster has produced many a classic lick, with one of the most revered being the opening riff of "Good Times Bad Times", the standout opener from Led Zeppelin's first album. This iconic Tele started out with a White Blonde lacquer, then was outfitted with mirrors, and finally stripped down and hand-painted by Page himself for its final form. Now, the Jimmy Page Mirror Telecaster features all the hallmarks of the legendary guitarist's original. This version is based off of Page’s Tele when it was in its “Mirror” phase (the circular mirrors are included in the tweed case). Plus, its sound is something to behold - a pair of Fender Jimmy Page Custom ’59 Tele single-coils deliver the scorching tone that changed rock 'n' roll forever - the same licks that are peppered throughout Led Zeppelin's first album. Designed alongside Page himself, this guitar is a true treat to diehard fans and vintage enthusiasts alike, and even features a Jimmy Page signature on the headstock rear. And with a "top-loader" bridge, "Oval-C" maple neck, 7.25" radius rosewood fingerboard, and 21 vintage style frets, you’re assured a great-playing, well-constructed instrument that’s ready for the stage or studio, with playability that excites and inspires, much like the original Tele it’s designed after. Specs: -Model Name: Jimmy Page Mirror Telecaster, Rosewood Fingerboard, White Blonde -Model #: 0119210801 -Series: Artist Series -Country Of Origin: US -Color: White Blonde -Body: 2-Piece Ash -Body Finish: Gloss Nitrocellulose Lacquer -Body Shape: Telecaster -Neck Material: Maple -Neck Finish: Gloss Nitrocellulose Lacquer -Neck Shape: Jimmy Page Custom "Oval C" -Scale Length: 25.5" (648 mm) -Fingerboard: Rosewood -Fingerboard Radius: 7.25" (184.1 mm) -Number of Frets: 21 -Frets Size: Vintage -String Nut: Bone -Nut Width: 1.650" (42 mm) -Position Inlays: White Dots -Truss Rods: Vintage-Style Heel Adjust -Bridge Pickup: Jimmy Page Custom '59 Tele -Neck Pickup: Jimmy Page Custom '59 Tele -Controls: Master Volume, Master Tone -Pickup Switching: 3-Position Blade: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickups, Position 3. Neck Pickup -Pickup Configuration: SS -Bridge: 3-Saddle Vintage Style Tele with Threaded Steel Saddles Top-Load or Strings-Through-Body -Hardware Finish: Nickel/Chrome -Tuning Machines: Pure Vintage Single Line "Fender Deluxe" -Pickguard: 1-Ply White -Control Knobs: Knurled Flat-Top -Strings: Fender USA 250R NPS, (.010-.046 Gauges) -Included Accessories: COA Black Coil Cable 8 Mirrors and Template for correct placement
Views: 496 Cream City Music
Vintage Marlin Stingray re-fret and hard-tailing
 
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Paul bought this old Marlin on eBay and had it sent down to me. Just about everything that could go wrong did on this - providing a good lesson in how challenging it can be to make one of these old budget super strats play well. Now, don't get me wrong - you know I love a challenge and I'll fight for the underdog so this is grist to the mill. On most Marlins I've seen from this era the neck is shot; permanently bent, twisted or with a non-functioning truss rod. On this guitar, the truss rod just about worked so we decided it was worth going for it. The plan was to re-radius the board and fit a set of EVO gold jumbo frets (that Paul is quite partial to!) so I set about doing the re-fret. Alongside that I explored the bridge...and discovered that it was falling apart more every time I touched it. Ok.. the next plan was to fit a Chinese budget 'Floyd Rose' that I had in a box. This I did.. but it wouldn't go back to tune well enough, no matter what I tried so in the end, I decided that the only hope for this guitar was a hard-tail. Why go to this much trouble? Because by the time I'd done the re-fret, I could tell it was playing beautifully - AND I really liked the sound (and the quirky operation) of the Marlin pickups on this guitar. Put simply it was worth it - albeit not in economic terms, but that wasn't the priority here. I fitted a block of mahogany and resined it into the tremolo cavity to provide the new hard tail short Tele bridge with a solid platform. I sprayed and sanded out the repair areas to a 'workable' finish. By no means perfect but adequate given the focus was primarily in playability and tone. If you want to do the same precision fret-levelled set ups that I do in my videos - using everyday tools that cost next to nothing – you might like my '5 Steps to Guitar Set Up Heaven' eBook. Details how to get it direct from me are here: https://www.facebook.com/relovedguitars/photos/a.1434485003475282/1831237983799980/?type=3&theater
Views: 705 Sam Deeks
!962 Fender Stratocaster re-fret. Part 1; removing the old frets
 
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Luthiers Master Class by Ric McCurdy showing his methods for re-fretting a 1962 Fender Stratocaster. Part 1; Fret removal and fingerboard preparation.
Views: 7243 Richard McCurdy
Encore [JHS] Vintage Standard Strat needing a fret level [clip]
 
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https://facebook.com/ngoneseven ||| http://fretfriend.co.uk TURN UP THE VOLUME!!! This video is just to show the owner that the frets need levelling; It will be deleted once I have uploaded trhe completed project...
Views: 467 NG One Seven
Removing the frets on the Mike Bloomfield Tele
 
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http://www.stewmac.com/ The Mike Bloomfield Tele is back in Dan’s shop. It's in for a refret, and that means working very carefully on this historic guitar. As Dan pulls all the frets, does he manage to avoid chipping the old rosewood fingerboard? This is the 1963 Tele that Mike Bloomfield used to record iconic guitar solos with Bob Dylan and the Paul Butterfield Blues Band in 1965. If you have questions, please contact us through our webpage http://www.stewmac.com/email or visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/StewMac For more information on tools and parts: Fret Puller http://www.stewmac.com/1637.html Chip Stoppers http://www.stewmac.com/1158.html Erlewine Neck Jig http://www.stewmac.com/5399.html StewMac Medium Fretwire http://www.stewmac.com/0148.html Solomon SR-965 Soldering Iron http://www.stewmac.com/0502.html OptiVISOR http://www.stewmac.com/1685.html
Views: 317625 stewartmacdonald
How to choose the perfect fret crowning file
 
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With so many fret crowing files on the market how do you choose? Which one is the "best"? It depends on a lot of factors, how skilled are you at doing fret work, what's your budget, is this a hobby or are you doing repair work for money? In this Trade Secret, Erick Coleman demonstrates each of the major types of files and shares tips that'll help you decide which file is right for you. 3-Corner Fret Dressing Files http://www.stewmac.com/item/1600 File Cleaning Brush http://www.stewmac.com/item/0825 Double-edge Fret File http://www.stewmac.com/item/4492 Gurian Three-in-one Fret File http://www.stewmac.com/item/0685 Gurian Quarter-round Fret File http://www.stewmac.com/item/4089 Offset Diamond Fret File http://www.stewmac.com/item/5059 Double-edge Diamond Fret Files http://www.stewmac.com/item/5072 Dual-grit Diamond Fret Files http://www.stewmac.com/item/4457 StewMac Z-File Fret Crowning Files http://www.stewmac.com/item/5083 - - - - - - - - - - - - StewMac has everything you need to set up, repair or build guitars. Everything is 100% guaranteed. Fast worldwide shipping. Shop StewMac: http://www.stewmac.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StewMac
Views: 36331 stewartmacdonald
Sideways fret removal on a 70s Strat neck test upload
 
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A 1977ish Fender Stratocaster in for a refret. As with all pre 1983 Fenders, the frets went in through the side of the board, not clamped down. To remove them as clean as possible, we push them out sideways in the same direction they went in. This is a test upload, keep an eye on this channel for more content with proper production values. http://www.drgear.com.au http://facebook.com/drgearaustralia
Views: 157 Dr Gear
Example of fret polishing process on a vintage guitar.
 
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In this video you'll see me polishing frets on a vintage instrument after leveling, profiling (crowning) and sanding them up to 1200 grit. Items used: -regular painters tape; -DREMEL-ish tool, set on about 20000 rpm; -polishing compound, medium-fine; -chrome polish.
Views: 1595 Caelum Cicatrix
Reloved AristoCat Columbus SG re-fret & refurbishment Part1
 
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** Warning: long unedited video ahead. Not for entertainment purposes. Side effects include buying a Maine Coon cat when you didn't intend to... ** This video shows the start of my refurbishment of a knackered old Columbus SG copy. The guitar is nice looking in that '70s kind of way' but fitted with worn out frets and pretend 'humbuckers'. And ropey old tuners...and worn out electrics. But apart from that, it's fine :-) It has some definite mojo so I thought it was worth re-fretting. That went well and despite there being no wiggle-room with the unresponsive truss rod (how common is that?) it played pretty well once the frets had been done. So far I've upgraded the tuners to Wilkinson vintage style tuners, re-radiused and re-fretted the neck, drilled out the 5 sheared off screws (4 neck screws and 1 strap button screw) which must have been loctited in. I've also cleaned up the hardware and shielded the cavities because it's fun and looks nice. Next stop along the journey will be to install some good-looking pickups. My eye was caught the other day by some humbucker-sized Warman P90s...they look the business and would make this a bit out of the ordinary. After that, I'll be re-wiring it with decent quality pots, switch and wiring and it will be ready to rock.
Views: 1588 Sam Deeks
Dan Erlewine refrets the Mike Bloomfield Tele
 
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http://www.stewmac.com/ Dan Erlewine just moved into a new shop! In this video he finishes work on the Mike Bloomfield Telecaster, a guitar with a lot of history. We’ve been following this guitar for several videos; now Dan wraps it up with an assist from Erick Coleman. If you have questions, please contact us through our webpage http://www.stewmac.com/email or visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/StewMac For more information on tools and parts: StewMac Medium Fretwire http://www.stewmac.com/0141.html Fret Barber http://www.stewmac.com/4363.html StewMac Neck Support Caul http://www.stewmac.com/4479.html StewMac Radius Gauges http://www.stewmac.com/5432.html StewMac Fish Glue http://www.stewmac.com/0702.html StewMac Fret Press Caul with Inserts http://www.stewmac.com/4365.html
Views: 437913 stewartmacdonald
Vintage (JHS) V6 re-fret and set up
 
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This video shows the re-fret and set up of Ed's Vintage (JHS) V6 Strat. It was another interesting one for me in that the guitar technically didn't need a re-fret but the customer wanted one; and we decided to go with jumbo frets to give a different playing experience. The video kicks off with a bit of a whiteboard session looking at the different approaches to re-fretting depending on whether the neck is bound, has filled slot ends or the fret metal comes right to the edge. What at first looked like it was going to be a very straight-forward re-fret got interesting once I'd got the neck off. The neck pocket was a mess - it looked like someone had gone berserk with a chisel in there with the result that the guitar already had a 1mm shim lifting up just one side of the neck to make it level. I needed to raise the fingerboard up to the strings so had to recreate this 1mm 'straightening' shim and then ADD to it to lift both sides up the extra distance. I did this with two pieces of copper which I fitted in an 'L' shape with holes drilled in it for the neck screws to go through and hold it in place at the same time. This strategy was successful - and the re-shim allowed me to raise up the bridge saddles to 'disappear' the grub screws sticking into Ed's hands, allowing him to palm-mute in comfort for once. I re-fretted with jumbo wire and refitted the shimmed neck to set the action, cut a new nut and then perform a precision fret-levelling. Once I had completed that and re-strung & intonated the guitar I then turned to setting the tremolo to a fixed range of 'float'. To do this I referred to Galeazzo Frudua's excellent 'Post-it note' system which I've used a number of times before. While his method works beautifully to set a floating 6-screw trem with a set range of upward pitch bend it does so without you needing to understand what exactly is going on. If it has a 'weakness' it's that you follow the steps, get the result but - if you're like me - go away without understanding what you've done each time. I don't like that feeling, so decided this time to talk through the process AS I applied it to try to help me (and possibly you) make sense of what was actually happening and why. I stress that it's not meant to be critical of GF's method - far from it. My aim was to acknowledge his cool method and go a bit further to try to make sense of how it works.
Views: 2295 Sam Deeks
Vintage Marlin Sidewinder re-fret, upgrades and setup
 
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** Warning - long unedited video ahead. Not intended for entertainment so ensure you know where the 'back' button on your browser is ** In this video I'm turning a tired, worn-out but beautiful old vintage Marlin Strat into a fully-refretted, re-kitted instrument ready for another 30 years of playing. I call these guitars my 'AristoCats' because they're a bit more 'no-expense-spared' than my usual Reloved Guitars where the focus is more on working with what we've got and focusing mainly on the neck and frets. My 'AristoCats' are lovely retro-looking used guitars that deserve not just a great fret-levelling and set up but a full re-fret, a fingerboard re-radius, all new hardware, new wiring and electrics and shielding and so on. This video shows most of the key stages (although I loaded up and wired the scratchplate with its CTS pots, Japanese Squier vintage 3-position switch and Iron Gear hot Texas Loco pickups off camera). The end result is a lovely, vintage, heavy strat with a fabulous hot tone that's ready to go for the next quarter of a century and beyond.
Views: 2402 Sam Deeks
Dan & Mick's Guitars Get A Refret – That Pedal Show
 
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Welcome to That Pedal Show! Please subscribe to our channel and visit our store https://www.thatpedalshowstore.com This a vlog that tells the story of the refret jobs carried out on our #1 guitars – Dan's Fender Custom Shop ’63 Telecaster and Mick's Fender American Vintage ’62 Stratocaster. The work was done by Jonny Kinkead from http://www.kinkadeguitars.co.uk Jonny has been building and repairing guitars for over 40 years and we are both proud and privileged to be able to document him at work, pouring all that immense skill and experience into our beloved guitars. Massive thanks to Jonny for letting us into his world, and now probably causing his phone to be even busier than it was already. Needless to say, Red and Blue are now both in wonderful shape! We hope you enjoy this video. Please subscribe to our channel. You may even want to buy a T-shirt to support our efforts https://www.thatpedalshowstore.com We are also on Patreon – crowdfunding for creatives https://www.patreon.com/ThatPedalShow Please visit our preferred retailers! UK & Europe: Andertons Music http://bit.ly/2cRvIvt USA: Riff City Guitar & Music Company http://bit.ly/2cyOYjD Australia: Pedal Empire http://bit.ly/2mWmJQf
Views: 147266 That Pedal Show
NAMM 2018 | Vintage / Fret King
 
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Stay tuned for all of Guitar Interactive Magazine's NAMM 2018 coverage.
Vintage 'Thomas Blug' Signature Series Strat in for a fret level / set-up...
 
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https://facebook.com/ngoneseven ||| http://fretfriend.co.uk Vintage / Wilkinson / JHS [John Hornby Skewes] 'Thomas Blug' Signature Series Strat if for a once over. It soon became apparent that this guitar needed a fret level and a set-up. Nothing too out of the ordinary so let's see how it pans out...
Views: 5682 NG One Seven
Greco jb 500 (fret dressed)
 
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Generally a good player, some minor warp on neck, adjusted by fret dressing hence cheap at $450 shipping included! all original hardware, pickups and circuit! Nice bass. Perfect for a beginner or a roadworthy beater!!!! Action at 1.5mm Neck - 3pc maple, 34" Body, bass wood and laminate, Fretboard, maple, black binding with block inlays. 21 frets Vintage style bridge, single slot saddles. clover type tuners, all original. Pickups - original Maxxon jazz. Ships with vintage faux leather gig bag. Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bassjapandirect Visit my website to subscribe and get TABs / Backing loops, music bass guitars and more! http://www.bassjapandirect.com Thank you for watching!
Views: 744 Bass Japan Direct
Fender American Special Telecaster Electric Guitar
 
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http://www.nstuffmusic.com/p-12802-fender-american-special-telecaster-electric-guitar.aspx Fender introduces the American Special Series Telecaster. Everything you want in an affordable U.S.-made guitar is within your reach. Features include an alder body with gloss urethane finish, 9.5"-radius maple neck, jumbo frets, Texas SpecialTM pickups, and vintage-style three-brass-saddle strings-through-body Telecaster bridge. The American Special Series - guitars for the times. Fender American Special Telecaster Specifications: Model Name: American Special Telecaster® Model Number: 011-5802-(Color #) Series: American Special Series Colors: (300) 3-Color Sunburst, (305) Olympic White, (Gloss Urethane Finish) Body: Alder Neck: Maple, Modern "C" Shape, (Gloss Urethane Finish) Fingerboard: Maple, 9.5" Radius (241 mm) No. of Frets: 22 Jumbo Frets Pickups: 1 Texas SpecialTM Tele® Pickup (Bridge), 1 Texas SpecialTM Tele® Pickup (Neck) Controls: Master Volume, Master GreasebucketTM Tone Circuit, (Rolls Off Highs without Adding Bass) Pickup Switching: 3-Position Blade: Position 1. Bridge Pickup / Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickup / Position 3. Neck Pickup Bridge: Original Vintage Tele Bridge with 3 Brass Saddles Machine Heads: Fender® Standard Cast/Sealed Tuning Machines Hardware: Chrome Pickguard: 3-Ply Black/White/Black Scale Length: 25.5" (648 mm) Width at Nut: 1.6875" (43 mm) Unique Features: GreasebucketTM Tone Circuit, 3 Texas SpecialTM Pickups, Large '70s Style Decal, Black Pickup Covers and Plastic Parts, Brass Bridge Saddles, Black Dot Position Inlays, "Barrel" Switch Tip Strings: Fender USA, Nickel Plated Steel, Gauges: (.009, .011, .016, .024w, .032, .042) Accessories: Deluxe Gig Bag, Polishing Cloth INCLUDES DELUXE GIG BAG . Join us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/NStuffmusic Checkout all of the videos on our Youtube channel! https://www.youtube.com/nstuffmusic Follow us on Twitter and stay up-to-date on all our deals! https://twitter.com/Nstuffmusic Wanna see what’s new? Follow us here. https://instagram.com/nstuffmusic Come visit us and check us out on Google. https://plus.google.com/+NstuffMusic N Stuff Music 468 Freeport Road Pittsburgh PA 15238 412-828-1003 https://www.NStuffMusic.com
Views: 371480 N Stuff Music
Home Machine Shop Tool Making - Machining A Set Of Vintage Style Rope Knurls
 
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Machining A Set Of Vintage Style Rope Knurls, by Clickspring In this video I make a set of classic rope knurling wheels, to put some ornamental rope knurl patterns on some of my future projects. There's plenty of lathe and mill work, as well as a bit of hand finishing with a fine cut file. This is the main video in a series of 3, that will relate to the subject of creating these beautiful rope knurl patterns. The other 2 videos in this series are: Spare Parts #5 - Making A Bump Style Knurling Tool Holder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyN1VBgv5cQ Spare Parts #4 - Making, Hardening And Tempering A Form Tool For The Lathe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZsnGhwsjjo Free plans for the double angled cutter, and form tool: http://www.clickspringprojects.com/uploads/3/8/2/2/38221101/double_angled_cutter.pdf http://www.clickspringprojects.com/uploads/3/8/2/2/38221101/form_tool_profile.pdf If you would like to help support the creation of these videos, then head on over to the Clickspring Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/clickspring You can also help me make these videos by purchasing via the following Amazon Affiliate links: Cameras used in this video: Panasonic GH5 - https://amzn.to/2rEzhh2 Panasonic X920 - https://amzn.to/2wzxxdT Tools & Shop Products: "Lathework: A Complete Course (Workshop Practice Series)" - https://amzn.to/2yBv4Rb "Milling: A Complete Course (Workshop Practice Series)" - https://amzn.to/2K2QZ97 Dykem 80300 Steel Blue Layout Fluid, Brush-in-Cap (4oz): http://amzn.to/2HGPaJJ "Hardening, Tempering and Heat Treatment (Workshop Practice Series)" - https://amzn.to/2KbZo6l Kaowool 24" X 12" X 1" 2400 F Ceramic Fiber Insulation: http://amzn.to/2pfsM3d Blue Matador Abrasive Paper - https://amzn.to/2IAFiBT Abbreviated Transcript: 00:31 The rope pattern is formed by a knurling wheel that looks like this, that has a number of fine teeth around its perimeter. Now to form those teeth, I'm going to use an additional cutter that looks like this. 00:44 Each tooth on this cutter has a 90 degree V profile, and there are 4 teeth milled around a central axis. There's relief at the back of each tooth, and the cutting rake angle will be generated by milling past the tool centerline. I'll be using some of this EN8 steel to make both the cutter and the knurl. 02:43 After finding the edge of the work, I positioned this end mill, the correct distance past the centerline, and then set about milling the gaps between the teeth. For this part of the job I'm using the simple indexing plate of the dividing head, thats just behind the chuck. 03:32 For the cutter to work correctly, the back side of each tooth needs to be relieved, so I'll be removing this little corner of metal here on each tooth, and shaping it to blend with the back surface. 04:20 But I thought it might be worth showing what happens to the steel if nothing is done to protect it while its heated, so I've wrapped the working end of the cutter as usual, but I've left the chucking end uncoated, and exposed to the torch flame. With nothing to stop the oxidation, the unprotected end has formed a thick black scale, while the protected end is mostly free from scale, and looking quite bright. 05:39 Now you'll have noticed that the knurl teeth are cut on an angle to the body of the knurl, which means that the knurl blanks need to somehow be securely presented at an angle to the cutter. I could have simply cut them while they were still attached to the parent stock, but I figured since I was making a few of them, a dedicated holder would be bit more efficient, and I can keep it for when I make more in the future. So I made this arbor to hold them on the mill. 07:47 Back onto the mill, the work was again secured in the dividing head, and then tilted to an angle of 30 degrees. I took some time to cutter was carefully positioned against the work, to make sure it was centered on the blank, and then the teeth were cut into the knurl. 08:19 For this particular knurl I indexed for 40 teeth, which was simply one turn of the handwheel on the dividing head, for each cut. 08:56 With that first one complete, I used a few different angles, as well as index counts, to make the full set of 5 knurls, which will give me a good range of different rope knurl patterns. Each of those knurls was quench hardened and then tempered. 09:41 Bump style knurling tools generate an enormous side force on the work, so tailstock support definitely helps. And even with this support, the work still deflects quite a lot as the pattern is formed. 10:24 Now I didn't make any effort to calculate the correct diameter to avoid double tracking, in fact I was surprised to find that it wasn't really necessary. References: Frank Ford (Luthier/Machinist) http://www.frets.com/HomeShopTech/Projects/RopeKnurl/ropeknurl.html Machining A Set Of Vintage Style Rope Knurls, by Clickspring
Views: 856948 Clickspring
Slab board Fender Stratocaster (1962 Strat) stainless frets - guitar tone - best guitar amps
 
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Bob testing out a 1962 Fender slab board Stratocaster after he installs stainless steel fret job. Note how the Gjika 10^n guitar amp cleans up from the guitar's volume control without or even with a fuzz box engaged. http://www.gjikaamplification.com the best guitar amplifier guitar amps
Views: 865 Bob Gjika
THE BEST Method on How to Change Guitar Strings: Fender Vintage Style Klusen Tuners
 
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How to change strings on a Fender styled guitar. It is specific to Klusen tuners, but the majority of the process can be applied to any guitar.
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Stop Fret Buzz - How far to turn your truss rod & the direction to turn it
 
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Got annoying fret buzz? This video shows you how to eliminate it by a simple truss rod adjustment. It also shows you which direction you should turn your truss rod and how much you should turn it. Three Keys To a Healthy Guitar You probably already knew that adjusting your truss rod is only one of 3 big parts to completing a full guitar setup. To have a healthy guitar – a guitar that sounds great, feels great, and plays great – every time you play. After you adjust the truss rod, you’ll still need to properly change your guitar strings, check and adjust the intonation, the bridge, and the string height. Only then will you have performed a complete guitar setup. Most of the time, there will be a guitar shop near you who offers to do this for you – sometimes they will even scare you into thinking if you attempt to do it yourself you’ll break your guitar, or that to “properly” make the adjustments you need special and expensive guitar tools. But the reality is – what they are doing to your guitar can easily be done by you, with tools you already own, in your home. And it will save you hundreds of dollars per year if you know how to do it yourself. I discovered this myself when I was a teenager – I took my guitars to the shop and they were trying to charge me $400 to have my guitars adjusted. I didn’t have that kind of money when I was younger, and I didn’t have any other option than to figure out how to do it myself. I did what any other hard headed teen would do – I told the guitar shop I’d figure it out myself even if I broke my guitar in the process and I went mission to figure out how to setup my own guitars. After hours of reading books, scouring the internet forums, and talking with other guitarist – I found that it was actually really simple to do myself. In fact, it’s so easy to setup your own guitar most people make it difficult by over thinking it, which is why they have trouble figuring out the process. Over the past 15 year I've perfected my process, and now I can setup my own guitars in about 5 minutes. I finally realized that other people too want to learn how to setup their guitars themselves, but don’t have the time research it the way that I did when I was younger… So I came up with this solution – The Complete Guide To In Home Guitar Setup – with it you won’t have to pay a guitar shop to do simple adjustments for you ever again and you’re guitar will sound and play like new every time you use this process. You might have thought a course like this would be a costly because of the amount of savings it will bring you, and it used to be... I really believe these are things every guitar player should know, so I refunded everyone who purchased the course. Just go to the link below to get your free copy. Go here to get access to The Complete Guide To In Home Guitar Setup https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gdevq5Q35Hs&list=PLrSYW7_mqXddxQHNljZAY7uK-FAi37uaI ******************************************************************** *Update* There seems to have been some confusion on which direction to turn the truss rod on your guitar. While 90% of guitars function this way they don't all.. The point of this video is to just make it crystal clear which way to turn the truss rod in under most circumstances. Some have commented that this video is incorrect and you should turn the truss rod the other direction. However it's a matter of perspective. The video is only correct if you are looking at the guitar belly to belly - from the body of the guitar to the nut of the guitar. The truss rod should be turned the opposite direction if you are looking at the guitar from the nut to the body. Please take a look at these images from Sweetwater Sound and Taylor Guitars for further clarification. https://www.sweetwater.com/sweetcare/media/2017/02/Adjusting-Truss-Rod.jpg https://www.taylorguitars.com/support/maintenance/truss-rod-adjustments Please feel free to comment or reach out to me directly if you have any further questions - Dave
Views: 252473 Find Your Next Guitar
Review Demo - Fender American Professional Stratocaster
 
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Read the review: http://bit.ly/FenderAmericanProStrat Strat traditions aren’t merely deep—they’re also wide. It wasn’t long after the instrument’s 1954 debut before players started tinkering with Leo’s original recipe, and the model’s evolution in the decades since has often been dramatic. These days, the Stratocaster line is like a family tree that can be charted on a vintage/modern graph, with near-exact vintage replicas such as the Fender American Vintage line at one end of the spectrum and humbucker-equipped hotrods at the other. If a historically accurate American Vintage Strat rated a 9.5 on this imaginary spectrum, the new American Professional Strat would get about a 7.5. At $1,399, the Professional’s price is about average for a U.S.-made Fender Strat—costlier than the American Standard (which the Professional replaces) and American Special instruments, but not as expensive as high-end American Elite and American Vintage models. The Professional certainly feels like an old-school Strat. If you’re a veteran Strat player, chances are someone could hand you a Professional for the first time just as you stepped onstage, and you could play all night with barely a second thought, except perhaps to admire the quality and consistency of the guitar’s workmanship. This build is excellent. The narrow/tall frets are perfectly installed, with smoothly rounded ends and a fast, sleek feel. The neck employs Fender’s “deep C” profile, which feels svelte where the neck edges meet the fretboard, but with substantial mass filling your palm. The modern “sonic gray” finish has a subtle blue-green tint and a chic industrial look. The gloss finish polyurethane is mirror-perfect. The rear of the neck wears a thin matte finish. Continue reading the review: http://bit.ly/FenderAmericanProStrat
Views: 104436 Premier Guitar
How to use glue for guitar frets
 
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Should you use glue when seating frets in a fingerboard? Which glue for which job? Erick Coleman gives clear answers. StewMac Super Glue http://www.stewmac.com/item/0010 StewMac Epoxy http://www.stewmac.com/item/5173 Behlen Ground Hide Glue http://www.stewmac.com/item/0669 StewMac Fish Glue http://www.stewmac.com/item/0702 Titebond Original Wood Glue http://www.stewmac.com/item/0620 Whip Tips http://www.stewmac.com/item/7015 - - - - - - - - - - - - StewMac has everything you need to set up, repair or build guitars. Everything is 100% guaranteed. Fast worldwide shipping. Shop StewMac: http://www.stewmac.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StewMac
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How To | Truss Rod Adjustment | Fender
 
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Fender R&D guitar development director Chris Fleming offers up tips on adjusting your instrument's truss rod to straighten out a bowed or back-bowed neck. Adjusting the truss rod will help increase the playability of your instrument. For more Fender University videos, please visit http://fender.com/community/university/. SUBSCRIBE NOW: http://bit.ly/FenderSubscribe SHOP NOW: bit.ly/ShopFender About Fender: Fender Musical Instruments Corporation is the world’s foremost manufacturer of guitars, basses, amplifiers and related equipment. With an illustrious history dating back to 1946, Fender has touched and transformed music worldwide and in nearly every genre: rock ‘n’ roll, country and western, jazz, rhythm and blues, and many others. Connect with Fender: Visit FENDER WEBSITE: https://www.fender.com Like FENDER on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/fender Follow FENDER on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/fender Follow FENDER on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/fender Follow FENDER on TUMBLR: http://officialfender.tumblr.com Follow FENDER on SNAPCHAT: https://www.snapchat.com/add/fender How To | Truss Rod Adjustment | Fender https://www.youtube.com/fender
Views: 602933 Fender
refretting a Fender stratocaster PART 3 (removing the old frets)
 
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I NO LONGER WORK FOR THE MUSICIAN'S DEN, I NOW RESIDE AT THE GUITAR LAB, YOU CAN CONTACT ME EITHER HERE ON YOUTUBE OR BY SENDING A MESSAGE TO [email protected] Jason from The Musician's Den in Evansville, IN walks you through a complete refret on an '04 American Deluxe Stratocaster. In part 3 we remove the old frets.
Views: 163476 smbstressfest
How to Refret a Guitar - Part 6 - Cutting & Filing Fret Ends - Stainless Steel Frets installation
 
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How to Refret a Guitar - Part 6 - Cutting and Filing Fret Ends - In the pursuit of the ultimate best guitar tone & performance that any particular guitar can achieve, Bob Gjika is providing this DIY Luthier Tools & Tips Tutorial. This is Part 6, of 12 in the tutorial, which is cutting and filing the fret ends (that were installed in Part 5) and in it he discusses his personal philosophy on guitar tone, as it relates to the frets and refretting - and demonstrates how he achieves the desired outcome. This is a simple, basic refret on a Stratocaster that is of not a vintage or otherwise particularly valuable guitar, other than it is a working tool for a touring musician. Every guitar is different and will require a slightly different approach, based on many variables, including the damage that may have happened from less skilled luthiers having worked on it in the past - Trade secrets are being revealed here, and if you are interested in more of this kind of material in the future, you can subscribe to the channel and get notifications when new videos are posted. Feel free to comment and ask questions in the comments section. Bob Gjika personally prefers Stainless Steel Frets vs Nickel Silver Frets, but it's a lot more work, and not everyone wants them. For more information about Bob Gjika's luthier services and electric guitar amplification products (and tube amp repair services), you can contact him directly (text message is the fastest way to get a response). http://www.gjikaamplification.com
Views: 66 Bob Gjika
Fender American Vintage '72 Telecaster Thinline
 
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Fender's American Vintage '72 Telecaster Thinline guitar authentically evokes a historic member of the Telecaster family. Period-correct early-'70s details include a three-bolt neck plate with Micro-TiltTM adjustment, bullet truss rod nut and vintage-style "F" tuners; with touches including Fender Wide Range humbucking neck and bridge pickups redesigned and re-voiced to sound even more like 1970s pickups. Features include a semi-hollow ash body with f hole and gloss lacquer finish, C-shaped maple neck with gloss lacquer finish, maple fingerboard with 7.25" radius and 21 vintage-style frets, three-position switch with "barrel" tip, four-ply white pearloid pickguard, vintage-style Stratocaster strings-through-body hardtail bridge, knurled chrome knobs and chrome hardware. Accessories include black Tolex case, polish cloth, 8' cable, strap and bridge cover. Available in Natural and Candy Apple Red. Specifications: General Model Name: American Vintage '72 Telecaster® Thinline Series: American Vintage Color / MSRP* / Part # : Candy Apple Red / 010-0032-809, Natural / 010-0032-821 Body Body: Ash Body Shape: Telecaster® Body Finish: (0100032809, 0100032821) Gloss Lacquer F-Holes/Soundholes: "F" Hole Neck Neck Shape: "C" Shape Number of Frets:21 Fret Size: Vintage Style Frets Position Inlays: Black Dot Position Inlays Fretboard Radius: 7.25" (18.41 cm) Fretboard: Maple Neck Material: Maple Neck Finish: Gloss Lacquer Nut Width: 1.650" (42 mm) Scale Length:25.5" (64.8 cm) Neck Plate: 3-Bolt Neck Plate with Micro-TiltTM Neck Adjustment Truss Rods: Bullet Style Truss Rod Electronics Pickup Configuration: H/H Bridge Pickup: Fender® "Wide Range" Humbucking Bridge Pickup Neck Pickup: Fender® "Wide Range" Humbucking Neck Pickup Pickup Switching: 3-Position Blade: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickups, Position 3. Neck Pickup Controls: Master Volume, Master Tone Hardware Hardware: Chrome Bridge: Vintage Style Strat® Strings-Through-Body Hardtail Bridge Tuning Machines: Vintage "F" Style Tuning Machines String Nut: Synthetic Bone Switch Tip: "Barrel" Style Switch Tip Miscellaneous Strings: Fender® USA, NPS, (.010-.046 Gauges) Unique Features: Improved/Revoiced Wide Range Humbucking Pickups, 3-Bolt Neck Plate with Micro-TiltTM Adjustment, "Bullet" Truss Rod Nut, "F" Style Tuning Machines Accessories Case/Gig Bag: Standard Black Tolex Case Pickguard: 4-Ply Pearloid Included Accessories: Polish Cloth, 8' Cable, Strap, Bridge Cover Control Knobs: Knurled Chrome . Join us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/NStuffmusic Checkout all of the videos on our Youtube channel! https://www.youtube.com/nstuffmusic Follow us on Twitter and stay up-to-date on all our deals! https://twitter.com/Nstuffmusic Wanna see what’s new? Follow us here. https://instagram.com/nstuffmusic Come visit us and check us out on Google. https://plus.google.com/+NstuffMusic N Stuff Music 468 Freeport Road Pittsburgh PA 15238 412-828-1003 https://www.NStuffMusic.com
Views: 166499 N Stuff Music
Vintage V100-AW Les Paul (w/binding) re-fret [Part 02]
 
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https://facebook.com/ngoneseven Re-fretting my Vintage V100 Arctic White (with neck binding). I specifically built a StewMac-type neck jig last week just for this job! My first re-fret on one of my own guitars. Talk about in at the deep end eh? This guitar has binding...
Views: 1134 NG One Seven
Vintage Treadle Fret Saws
 
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Moggy Mark with his Vintage Treadle Fret Saws @ Stoke Prior Steam Rally 12-14 September 2014 Courtesy of Shakespeare Rally promotions
Views: 2237 Moggy Mark
Squire Classic Vibe Stratocaster
 
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Classic vibe with modern refinements. The Squier Classic Vibe Stratocaster '50s is an electric guitar that leaves no doubt as to its true Fender identity. With its cool finishes on an alder body and 21-fret vintage tint gloss maple neck, this beauty definitely has that '50s vibe. But you also get the modern playability of a 9.5" radius neck and medium jumbo frets. The tone is unmistakable as well, with a custom set of AlNiCo 3 single-coil pickups. This Squier guitar's tone is clear and bright with terrific sustain even in crunch mode! Custom-staggered pole pieces provide improved string-to-string balance. Classic Vibe! Back in 1982, the very first Squier by Fender guitars and basses came ringing out of Asia. Known for their excellent vintage-quality look, feel, sound and construction, those early Squier instruments and their Fender branded counterparts are now highly sought-after collector's items revered by guitar enthusiasts as models of "getting it right" while aiming at value-conscious players. The Squier Classic Vibe Series reflects that simultaneous commitment to excellence, value and vibe. Mirroring classic Fender designs, the Classic Vibe offering is not intended to be era or vintage correct-but rather imparting the vibe of a classic Fender design. Each has a distinctive feature set combinations- adding up to one classic looking instrument. Great sound, vintage looks, unbeatable value-Classic Vibe! Body: Alder Finish: Polyester Neck: 1-Piece Maple, Modern "C" Shape Fingerboard: Maple, 9.5" (241 mm) Frets: 21, Medium Jumbo Scale Length: 25.5" (648 mm) Nut Width: 1.65" (42 mm) Hardware: Chrome Tuning Keys: Vintage-style tuning machines Bridge: Vintage-style, 6-saddle tremolo Pickguard: 1-ply white Neck pickup: Custom Stratocaster pickup (AlNiCo III) Middle pickup: Custom Stratocaster pickup (AlNiCo III) Bridge pickup: Custom Stratocaster pickup (AlNiCo III) Pickup switching: 5-Position Blade: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge and Middle Pickups, Position 3. Neck Pickup, Position 4. Middle and Neck Pickup, Position 5. Neck Pickup Controls: Master Volume, Tone, Tone Strings: (.009 - .042) Nickel Plated Steel Unique Features:21-fret vintage tint gloss maple neck; 1-ply white pickguard; aged plastic parts; vintage style tuning machines; vintage style, 6-saddle bridge; custom Stratocaster pickup set with AlNiCo III magnets https://www.thirdrockmusiccenter.com/shop/c/p/Fender-Squier-Classic-Vibe-Strat-50s-SHM-x37075758.htm https://www.thirdrockmusiccenter.com/shop/c/p/Ditto-Looper-Pedal-x37071993.htm https://www.thirdrockmusiccenter.com/shop/Brands/DR-Z/p/DR-Z-Z-LUX-RED-x37075457.htm
1934 National Duolian 14 fret resonator guitar demo Vintage Nationals
 
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http://www.nationalguitar.com/ Hi All. Here we have a demo of a nice 1934 National Duolian. We've already reset the neck on this guitar and it plays fantastic. Original cone in great shape, slotted headstock. See this and more at http://www.nationalguitar.com/. Email with questions to [email protected] Cheers!
Views: 7387 National Guitar Man
Refretting a Gibson Les Paul Custom
 
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West Music Coralville's Bruce Vanderschel tackles a refret on a vintage 1978 Gibson Les Paul Custom. The guitar had previously been refretted with stainless steel frets many years ago, and the luthier unfortunately cut through the binding during the process--along with using epoxy to secure the frets. Bruce walks us through the refret process from start to finish, including removing the old fretwire, prepping the fretboard, patching the chipping (which was more than normal, due to the way the frets were inlaid in the original refretting process), sanding, and finally installing, shaping and dressing the frets. Bruce has almost four decades of experience in repair at West Music Coralville, and is a go-to guy for many players in the midwest. For more information, contact West Music Coralville at 800.373.2000, or visit www.westmusic.com!
Views: 169766 West Music
National Style O Replicon 14 Fret Tom Portman Improvisation
 
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Amazing artist Tom Portman was at our store this year. He came to try out some of our guitars and instantly we knew he had to give a concert at our place, and so he did. He kindly played for us some songs and improvisations on our National Guitars, which we'll be posting soon. Here the first of an awesome series of amazing acoustic moments with Tom Portman. Take a look at his webpage here: https://www.tomportmanmusic.com/
Views: 528 dieGitarrech
What’s On My Workbench… Stainless Steel Frets
 
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In this episode Matt discusses a few of the finer points of stainless steel fret wire. While making this video it didn’t seem like we needed much more but after watching we think this topic is going to need a deep dive discussion. Do you need stainless steel, beats me? I don’t think nickel steel wire is going anywhere anytime soon but they are cool so… go for it and enjoy. Jescar fret tang nippers… https://www.jescarguitar.com/shop/summit-special-fret-tang-cutter-adjustable-universal/ Patreon Page…https://www.patreon.com/user?u=7149947 Website… https://www.texastoastguitars.com/ Facebook… https://www.facebook.com/TexasToastGu... Instagram… https://www.instagram.com/texastoastg... Texas Toast Guitars is an independent guitar shop and this channel is a place for people with common interests to come together and discuss their mutual hobbies, toys, and opinions. All are welcome. Original score: Electric Boogie Dawgs & The Outliers Artwork: Paul Shellooe DISCLAIMER: Our videos are strictly for documentary, educational, and entertainment purposes only. Imitation or the use of any acts depicted in these videos is solely AT YOUR OWN RISK. All work with power tools should be carried out by trained users. We (including YouTube) will not be held liable for any injury to yourself or damage to your property resulting from attempting anything shown in any our videos. We do not endorse any specific product and this video is not an attempt to sell you a good or service. These videos are free to watch… Please notify Texas Toast Guitars if anyone attempts to charge for this content. By viewing or flagging this video you are acknowledging the above. In the instance we include copy written material it is done so with consent of the owner. In the rare instance we include someone else’s footage it is covered in Fair Use for Documentary and Educational purposes with intention of driving commentary and allowing freedom of speech. If anyone has original music, they would like to have featured in a Texas Toast video let me know.
Views: 1786 Texas Toast Guitars
National Style 0 12 Fret Brass Resonator Guitar, The Acoustic Centre.
 
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National Style 0 12 Fret Brass Resonator Guitar, The Acoustic Centre. Best enjoyed with headphones or good speakers! https://www.acousticcentre.com.au/products/style-0-12-fret-brass-body-wcase All film and content by Josh Owen for The Acoustic Centre. Instagram https://www.instagram.com/joshyowen1/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/joshowenband/ NATIONAL STYLE 0 12 FRET BRASS RESONATOR The flagship model, the Style O recreates the look and feel of the original 1930's single resonator guitars.This brass bodied instrument is polished to a mirror-like shine, nickel plated, and finally etched with the distinctive Hawaiian palm tree design.The maple neck is finished in a traditional sunburst. An ivoroid bound ebony fretboard and vintage-style engraved tuners complete the look of this timeless classic. Includes a National hard case.
Views: 879 AcousticCentre
Cool Guitar of the Week-60's Teisco Audition needed frets and all
 
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Well, this guitar came in needing the fretboard to be reglued since it separated from the neck at the nut. It needed all new frets, and the fretboard planed straight. The pickups needed potting because they were microphonic. The original tuners were gnarly and needed replacing, so I replaced them with a set of Kluson style tuners that work really well. The bridge needed reshaping to match the fretboard radius. The jack needed replacing and all the controls cleaned. The pickups are wired in series, which is very cool. I installed new strap buttons as well. Cleaned it up thoroughly, and set it up with 10's for 1/16" action! This thing plays sweet, sounds cool, and looks funky!! Definitely one of my favorite projects in a while!! For more info about lutherie services at D Guitars Miami LLC, please call 305-896-1811. Thanks for watching. Enjoy.
Views: 37717 Doron Markowitz
Fender Jimi Hendrix Monterey Stratocaster  •  Wildwood Guitars
 
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To celebrate Jimi Hendrix's iconic Monterey Pop Festival performance, where Jimi sacrificed his iconic hand-painted Stratocaster in a blaze of glory, Fender has created the limited-edition Jimi Hendrix Monterey Stratocaster. Vintage-inspired single coil Stratocaster pickups come together with a "C" shaped maple neck and vintage-correct 7.25" radius pau ferro fingerboard to recreate the vintage magic of the original, while the iconic "Monterey" finish pays homage to the original hand-painted iconic instrument. While the original may have gone up in smoke, the all new Limited-Edition Jimi Monterey Stratocaster makes this amazing moment in rock n' roll history available to our exceptional customers. The Wildwood Team was thrilled the moment that these phenomenal instruments were announced, and we couldn't be happier to present them to you, the Wildwood Family. Amp: Friedman Smallbox 50 Site: http://bit.ly/2fqSGip Facebook: http://on.fb.me/11aLDN5 Brand Fender Model Aritst Series Jimi Hendrix Monterey Stratocaster Finish Type Gloss Polyester Body Wood Alder Neck Wood Maple Neck Shape "C" Shape Fingerboard Pau Ferro Inlays Aged White Dot Scale Length 25 1/2" Width at Nut 1.650" Frets 21 Vintage Pickups Vintage Style Single Coil Strat Controls Volume, 2 Tone, 5-Way Switch Hardware Nickel/Chrome Tuners Vintage Style Pickguard Printed Monterey Artwork Case Gig Bag
Views: 222886 Wildwood Guitars
The Twelfth Fret Vintage
 
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Chris Bennett and Dallas Green discuss vintage instruments at The Twelfth Fret Guitarists' Pro Shop in Toronto, Canada. Thanks to CNW Creative for the excellent video work! The Twelfth Fret Guitar Shop Official Website: http://www.12fret.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/12fretguitar/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/12fretguitar Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/12fretguitar/
Views: 1471 12fretguitarshop
Epiphone Casino Makeover  - Locking Tuners, Fret Cleaning, and Fretboard Oiling
 
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Music Nomad F-ONE Fretboard Oil Cleaner and Conditioner: http://amzn.to/2v7HTyQ Music Nomad Fret Polishing Kit: http://amzn.to/2vteoso Music Nomad Guitar ONE All-in-1 Cleaner: http://amzn.to/2ww5VkS AmazonBasics Microfiber Cleaning Cloth: http://amzn.to/2hyByIf Have you ever wanted to change vintage tuners to locking tuners, but keep the vintage look? There are a lot of different tuner designs available today including more modern tuners with a vintage look. In this video I update the tuners on an Epiphone Casino and polish its frets, and oil its fingerboard.
Views: 5024 Mungo's Guitar
Cleaning fret slot gunk from the Mike Bloomfield Tele
 
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http://www.stewmac.com/ There was a load of glue and grunge under these frets. With scrapers, wipers and heat from an alcohol lamp, it’s amazing how much gunk Dan Erlewine extracted from Mike Bloomfield’s old fretboard! This is the 1963 Tele that Mike Bloomfield used to record iconic guitar solos with Bob Dylan and the Paul Butterfield Blues Band in 1965. If you have questions, please contact us through our webpage http://www.stewmac.com/email or visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/StewMac For more information on tools and parts: Fret Slot Cleaning Tool http://www.stewmac.com/4870.html De-Glue Goo http://www.stewmac.com/7012.html Refret Saw http://www.stewmac.com/3604.html Fret Slot Depth Gauge http://www.stewmac.com/5435.html Dan Erlewine's Fret Basics DVD http://www.stewmac.com/5611.html Fret Rocker http://www.stewmac.com/3770.html
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Cannonball Rag - Merle Travis - 1937 National Style 0 14 frets - Ariberto Osio
 
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Playing "Cannonbal Rag" on the heavy strings of this vintage 1937 national Style "0" 14 frets it's quite like doing a jump rope training using the cable of a cable car, obviously I like impossible challenges... ;-) In this unusual duo rendition I tried to fit it all leaving room for Claudio Maderna doublebass and everytime we do the thing we always play it differently, still a work in progress. Hope you enjoy. Have fun! Ari "Acoustic Hat"
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Jerry Donahue demos his Fret-King Black Label JD
 
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Signature guitar put through its paces
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Fazio's Frets Music - Vintage Brand VA100 Electric Guitar
 
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Fazio's Music in St. Louis is proud to be offering the Vintage Brand of electric guitars. Here's Daniel Bradbury demo'ing the VA100AW.
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