I've been a wee bit busy the last couple of years.... back in 2016 I fractured vertebrae #1 which put the kibosh on hobbies for a bit + family stuff + a pandemic + huge work projects + a partridge in a pear tree.
Getting back into the saddle, I have several projects in queue.
Up first we have a lovely little experiment. This is a bit of a mash-up of classical, electric, and prewar Martin guitars. I used my classical guitar mold for the body - back and sides are from an old mahogany board a friend gave me.
The top is a piece of red spruce I lucked into for cheap, bracing is a prewar Martin style "forward" X-bracing with the lower bout having fan braces ala Torres classical / PRS acoustics.
Neck is a wenge/mahogany laminate, meets the body 12th fret, and an electric-style mount + cut-out.