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  • Erik Griggs at the Piano | Wyn Guitars
    the beat Erik Griggs at the Piano I am continually amazed at how many bass players that come to my place to purchase a bass end up sitting down at my piano and just wailing Here is a taste of one of my newest Wyn bass players Erik Griggs piano playing Posted on July 21 2010 by Randy This entry was posted in News Bookmark the permalink Previous Post Maurice

    Original URL path: http://www.wynguitars.com/erik-griggs-at-the-piano/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Maurice Fitzgerald on Good Morning America | Wyn Guitars
    don t miss the beat Maurice Fitzgerald on Good Morning America On April 22 Maurice Fitzgerald appeared with Marvin Sapp and his new Wyn bass on Good Morning America Video via ABC is no longer available but we managed to snag this screen shot Maurice Fitzgerald on Good Morning America Posted on April 22 2010 by Randy This entry was posted in News Bookmark the permalink Previous Post Ethan Farmer

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  • Ethan Farmer on Ellen | Wyn Guitars
    RSS feed so you don t miss the beat Ethan Farmer on Ellen On March 22 Ethan Farmer appeared with Melanie Fiona and his new Wyn bass on the Ellen show Click the image below to view the video Ethan Farmer on Ellen Posted on April 22 2010 by Randy This entry was posted in News Bookmark the permalink Previous Post Maurice Fitzgerald and his Wyn basses Next Post Maurice

    Original URL path: http://www.wynguitars.com/ethan-farmer-on-ellen/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Maurice Fitzgerald and his Wyn basses | Wyn Guitars
    the place Subscribe to our RSS feed so you don t miss the beat Maurice Fitzgerald and his Wyn basses Maurice discusses the playability of his Wyn basses Maurice Fitzgerald playing one of his Wyn 5 string basses Posted on April 21 2010 by Randy This entry was posted in News Bookmark the permalink Previous Post Maurice Fitzgerald s 6 String Bass in Progression Next Post Ethan Farmer on Ellen

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  • Wyn Guitars at NAMM, Part 3 | Wyn Guitars
    on this is the place Subscribe to our RSS feed so you don t miss the beat Wyn Guitars at NAMM Part 3 Video from NAMM of me being Interviewed by Bass Gear Magazine Posted on February 18 2010 by Randy This entry was posted in News Bookmark the permalink Previous Post Wyn Guitars at NAMM Part 2 Next Post Fun at the 2010 NAMM Show Home About News Music

    Original URL path: http://www.wynguitars.com/wyn-guitars-at-namm-part-3/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Wyn Guitars at NAMM, Part 2 | Wyn Guitars
    feed so you don t miss the beat Wyn Guitars at NAMM Part 2 Here s another NAMM interview with me and James Lomenzo by Owen of GearWire com Wyn Guitars Megadeth Bassist James Lomenzo Interview From NAMM 2010 Video From Gearwire com Posted on February 18 2010 by Randy This entry was posted in News Bookmark the permalink Previous Post Wyn Guitars at NAMM Part 1 Next Post Wyn

    Original URL path: http://www.wynguitars.com/wyn-guitars-at-namm-part-2/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Wyn Guitars at NAMM, Part 1 | Wyn Guitars
    to our RSS feed so you don t miss the beat Wyn Guitars at NAMM Part 1 Here s an interview with me by Owen of GearWire com Wyn Guitars Interview With Bass Guitar Luthier Randall Fullmer Video From Gearwire com Posted on February 18 2010 by Randy This entry was posted in News Bookmark the permalink Previous Post Guitars in Progress Film at 11 Next Post Wyn Guitars at

    Original URL path: http://www.wynguitars.com/wyn-guitars-at-namm-part-1/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Guitars in Progress, Film at 11 | Wyn Guitars
    works its way to the base of the body Basically it s a 48 long continuous taper Usually that taper is achieved by using a solid piece of wood for the neck or building the neck out of parallel laminations and then sawing the taper on the outer edges of the neck block The way I build a taper core neck is to first cut two tapered boards always quarter sawn for stability and a book match of each other for perfectly opposing tension These two tapered boards run down the center of the neck with a thin accent strip separating them this middle strip gives me a nice centering line for every measurement and sighting I will do in the assembly of the guitar For a seven lamination neck I next add two more thin accent strips to the outside of the tapered boards followed by two thicker parallel boards that will comprise the outside edges of the neck As you can see from the picture of the strips of wood in the gluing jig I have two additional boards next to the clamps that are part of the clamping jig These boards are the complementary angle of the tapered center core boards to bring the neck assembly back to parallel allowing me to clamp squarely when gluing I also use these jig boards to run along the fence when I band saw the core to maintain my 48 taper Of course the next thing is to use way too much Tightbond glue and squeeze the clamps until you make a mighty mess I seem to maintain about a 50 50 ratio between glue that goes into the joint and glue that I end up scraping off of the outside I ve never completely decided whether this is wasteful or pure genius to assure yourself that you ve gotten complete coverage throughout the joints We used to cheer when the glue drips hit the floor in eighth grade wood shop I m probably just wanting to relive this amazingly sophisticated thrill from my youth I use different pairs of tapered boards for gluing four five and six string necks since the tapers are different for each Even though I work in California where the air is generally warm and dry I try to allow at least 48 hours of drying time before I remove the clamps That s probably complete overkill but I figure it takes a long time for the moisture inside the glue to escape and I m doing everything I can think of at all times to make these necks as perfectly straight as possible I now have tapered laminated blocks roughly 48 long by two inches thick with a width that varies from something around 1 3 4 at the headstock on a four string to as wide as 4 1 4 at the base of a six string I next joint surface and thickness sand the necks to dimension I route a channel down

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