I've got a (welcome) gap between commissioned builds. I have a rebody of a Cort Curbow coming up but, in the scheme of things, that isn't a major undertaking.
One of the things I've been doing in the extra time is sorting out a better arrangement with routing - I've invested in a self-assembled foldaway router table and am currently building a thicknessing rig but I've also been looking at the crazy amount of 'oooh that looks nice' wood that I've acquired over the past few years.
In amongst it is this - some of which isn't faring well in my far-from-perfect wood storage:
On the left is a sister set of back and sides lacewood and mahogany/walnut neck offcut from Chris's (our band's vocalist) dreadnought that I built him in 2015:
Next to that is another neck offcut - maple /walnut and lastly an offcut of Macassar ebony fretboard from my recent 6-string electric build.
Well....that's most of the wood for a dreadnought - with a choice of neck to boot!
And I've got a bit of time on my hands
And I've got a few new things in the workshop that need testing out.
And I've always wanted, and never had, a dreadnought.