OK, I finished installing a Tune-o-matic bridge on the electric guitar I am building. Man was that scary! The reason being that if you are off the slightest bit on drilling the holes for the tune-o-matic bridge, you get to start over!

Well at least for me, because I wanted the mahogany wood of my electric guitar to have a natural finish, not painted. I suppose I could have painted the guitar body, but that isn’t what I wanted.

So if you are thinking of installing a Tune-o-matic bridge, you might want to see how I did it. I don’t know if its the best way, but this is what I came up with.

So here is a link on how I installed my tune-o-matic bridge in the electric guitar that I am building.

— Mike


Its been a while.. Sorry!

February 22, 2010

Yeah its been a while. Apparently I have been busy. So the other day at work we had a computer donated, but it was missing the hard drive because they were concerned about the data on it, which I understand, but there are ways to completely erase the data off of a hard drive so you can donate it to your favorite charity.

— Mike