Photo 11 shows the output jack wired up and Photo 12 shows it mounted into place. Photo 13
shows the string tree I used for the E and B strings. Its function is to pull these strings downward off
of the nut so the strings don’t come out of the nut grooves when the guitar is being played hard.
■ PHOTO 11. Output jack wired up.
■ PHOTO 12. Output jack mounted in place.
38 June 2013
■ PHOTO 13. String tree mounted for the E and B strings.
Photos 14, 15, and 16 provide various views
of the completed guitar. (Isn’t it pretty!?!?) In my
opinion, it turned out very well.
Additional photos and build information for
this guitar are available on my website at
■ PHOTO 14. Closeup view of the guitar body.