print. tape Stencil on guitar. Drill holes along stencil. Remove paper. Jig saw to open top about 1/3rd down the side. inside, remove all splinters from design holes by rubbing a knife blade back n forth. Cut to fit a piece of plywood for shelf. Clean up design holes using a chain saw blade sharpener so light can shine through better. Cut hole in back near neck of guitar large enough for Christmas light plug to fit through.
How to Avoid Splintering and Tearing when Cutting Plywood
If you're like me, you may have a great collection of tools, but are missing something so basic it seems almost ridiculous. For me, the missing item is sawhorses. For years I had none, then I found two rickety horses in a dumpster at a construction site. These are sad specimens put together with a thin, stamped sheet metal bracing kit and assembled with roofing nails. I did, after about three years, remove the nails and drive in some screws to firm them up. Every time I throw my 3/4&...
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