I posted this on the Project Guitar website, but I thought you guys might be interested in checking out my home built JS
-6 guitar as well. There are a few custom mods like the all-access neck joint. Here is a link to some pictures:
Some day I'd like to play a real JS
-6 and see how close I got. This one sounds sweet. Here are the complete specs:
Birdseye maple neck with slightly thicker than wizard profile and slightly thicker on the thumb side for comfort. 1/8 in allen nut, double-action Hot Rod truss rod adjustable at the headstock. Four coats of Minwax tung oil rubbed out with 0000 steel wool. Neck attached with 4 gold recessed ferrules.
25.5 in scale length, 22 fret rosewood fretboard with abalone inlays, abalone side dots with custom "triple side dot" at the 12th fret and Dunlop 6105 frets. Hand-rolled fretboard edges. Fretboard polished to a high gloss with 0000 steel wool and lemon oiled.
Graphtech nut and black metal string retainer bar.
Black Planet Waves auto-trim tuners with 18:1 tuning ratio.
2-piece honduran mahogany body with custom all-access neck pocket. Angled side output jack. Standard black strap buttons. Body prepared with 12 coats of Minwax tung oil rubbed out with 0000 steel wool and finished with a coat of Minwax finishing wax to give an edible sheen to the mahogany.
Hum-Hum configuration with black humbucker rings containing a Dimarzio PAF Joe in the neck and Fred in the bridge position. Rear routed control cavity with custom mahogany stained flame maple control cover held with 4 gold screws. Black volume and tone controls with black 3-way toggle switch (bridge, bridge+neck, neck).
Black Hipshot hardtail bridge with rear string-through body configuration with gold ferrules.
Setup with 1.5 mm action and slight neck relief. Sustains forever and has a sweet meaty growl.