What you will need:
1 metre x 1 metre (40 x 40 inch) chipboard(particle board in UK, paper board US)
Step 1: Rough Outline
Now as I'm sure you all noticed, my table is not at all the same proportions as the fender guitar head (Second image)
If you want it to look perfect I suggest you spend alot of time on this stage, it could very well determine whether your table will work or not.
Step 2: Making the Larger Cuts
Step 3: Sanding and Leg Making
The Legs I made from scraps of the left overboard, drilling and attaching to various pieces of off-cuts. I first measured the sizes and cut them with the jigsaw as well.
Step 4: Glueing and Painting
After that I glued the legs on and left if overnight. The next day I finished off construction by drilling and screwed the legs in, with the screws being on the top of the table.
From there it's smooth sailing. The table was coated twice in a grey primer, followed by marking out the guitar strings and tuners (the round circles) with masking tape. A matt black spray paint was chosen to keep the simple and sophisticated look of the table.
Last but not least the top surface was coated with a matt varnish to seal everything in.