In between coats of finish, it's time to start working with the cigar boxes. Making some cuts here and there to accept the cigar box guitar neck. I think the New Orleans Cigar Factory box will look really good with the pecan wood fret board. Part of the fun is to pick out hard wood that will compliment the cigar box. It never gets old making cigar box guitars!
Now that all the sanding is finished it is time to clear coat. These pecan wood cigar box guitar fret boards are looking nice. The clear coat will bring the grain out even more. This process takes a few days. Applying several coats of finish with several hours between coats. But the end product is awesome! These cigar box guitars will be super cool.
I think my favorite place in Atlanta is Piedmont Park, so anytime I get to play there I get excited. Just got booked to play the Green Market in Piedmont Park on May 6th 2017. More details to follow. Always fun to get to play cigar box guitar music in the park!. Looking forward to a busy 2017!
Just wanted to say THANKS to my Mom and Dad for this awesome RIDGID Oscillating Edge/Belt Spindle Sander they got me for christmas. Used it today for the first time on this batch of pecan wood fret board cigar box guitars. Worked great on some of hard to sand spots.
Works great sanding the excess glue where the fret board meets the neck.
This was a chore before... not...
Before I can instal the frets we need to make some fret slot cuts. This pecan wood fret board is ready for frets. These cigar box guitars are coming along! -Snowden Guitars