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Thor: Finishing Touches

We’re getting ready to ship the first batch. Thor is one of a kind, and I don’t think it will ever get copied, but I figured it won’t be complete without this final touch—a little authenticity card to capture the essence of its uniqueness!

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Thor: Beyond Words

The Thor Infinity Guitar’s majestic elegance is beyond words. You must experience it firsthand to fully appreciate its true magnificence. Meanwhile, the best we could do is visit a photo studio and hire a professional photographer to take some photos.

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Manufacturing Thor: Infinity 1.1

After over a year and a half manufacturing the first batch of Thor, we are now approaching the final stage of production. Based on my best estimates, this final phase will probably take another 2 months, setting the target to around early to mid-August.

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Manufacturing Thor: Cycfi Guitar Case

The Cycfi Guitar Case is a premium custom hand-made guitar case with 30 mm multi-layer foam surround padding, a sturdy neck support system, plush interior, and extra thick 50 mm base reinforcement with end-pin support.

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Manufacturing Thor: Mark II

I owe a great deal of gratitude to the owners of the first Thor batch for their patience and support for the project. There has been radio silence since my last Thor-related post in January 2023, but this is not due to inactivity. Rather, we have been working nonstop to complete the project. In terms of instrument construction, this is the final version that I am happy with. I am calling this Thor Mark-2. It is a milestone!

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Manufacturing Thor: Part 7

Here’s how our fret cutting tool works. A laser-cut acrylic template with fret position slots aligns with a 3mm pin. The fret slots are cut on a small rotary saw with a titanium coated circular saw blade with a cutting width of 0.5mm.

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Manufacturing Thor: Part 6B

After posting Manufacturing about Thor’s Compound Radius Fretboard, I was pointed to an article by Mottola stating that compound radius fretboards are not worth the extra effort and that cylindrical fretboards and normal fret dressing techniques yield the same results. I went on to analyze this claim.

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