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What would the effect of asymmetry on the FW be?
Would it make an irregular motion pattern that would aid in the persistence?
1) Bend Linings for top
2) Fit Neck
3) Glue Linings
4) Cut top
5) Glue Neck
6) Glue Top
7) Design Nut and Bridge
This link explains Key Signatures well:
add coffee…boil 2-3 minutes…
cool a bit…
pour cold water on top (proportionally small amount)
This drops the grounds to the bottom…
The boiling reduces the acid in the brew…
add warm water if needed till the flavor is as you like it…
See post below for construction of all weighted parts.
Nuts, Bolts and Washers as FW Ballast.
Holes evenly spaced about the perimeter.
Washers arranged on both sides of the center Plywood wheel.
Paint wheel prior to attaching weights.
Cover with split flexible PVC tubing.
Add a vessel to the base of a down spout.
Run a small hose from this barrel into the basement.
This is the weight for SIPS.
As the strings leave the bridge headed for the Stop they bend over the back of the bridge.
This relays more vibration to the bridge.
Now to design the Tone Wood Foot that will send energy directly to the tone wood via an adjustable foot.
Singing Woody Bridge
Slotted wood Bridge carries wood saddles
Slots ray at string paths
Slip fit Saddles seat into Bridge Base
Special Blades For Scraping Glue From Fret Slots
Master Mix output
Added ProTools Chorus for sweetening
On “Sing the Sea To Me”
Greatly expanded the stereo field depth and width.
Posture Accordance Design
Tire filled with cement
Blade Runner Table Saw
Small Bench-top Drill Press
Safety Planer for Drill Press
Sanding Disc for Drill Press
Fret Pressing Die Set for Arbor Press
Japanese Fret Saw
Fret Shaping File Set
Guitar Neck Cradle for fret pressing (make custom)