I glued up a panel of 3/4" thick walnut that was 16″×24″ for the table top.
I cut a section of 9/16" maple that was 9″×20″ for the legs.
Note: I used my planer to plane the maple board down from 3/4" to 9/16" thick so that the guitar tuners would fit. I adjusted the mortises on the underside of the top to fit this 9/16" width as well.
Sand all parts smooth.
I used a trim router to put an 1/8" roundover on the edges of the table top.
Test the fit of the legs into the table top mortises, then glue them in.
I sprayed the table with satin Deft Clear Wood Finish Spray Lacquer.
Mount the guitar tuners. (Click here for an inexpensive set of tuners.)
Measure a section of guitar string to form a V shape between the back two legs and cut it to length. Thread the cut string through the ring on the other piece of guitar string. Wind the string onto the tuners to form a Y between the legs.
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