Actually, a really good book, though way out of date method wise, is the Irving Sloane book. It is very succinct, but ignore the part about boiling your wood before bending, even though it works. Otherwise, he covers all the bases, and it's a good, easy read. It will give you a good understanding of sequence. Bogdanovich is also a good book, though written to a specific type of building. His sections on making marquetry are particularly good, and the photography is spectacular. Lots of folks will tell you that your first is, pretty much, just a detailed woodworking project, so don't get to bogged down in the minutia. If you keep you senses about you and don't build too heavy, it'll be better than most production guitars you can buy. May not look like a production guitar, but it'll sound better than most. My first is still better than any guitar I'd ever owned before, not that I had any great guitars.
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