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Old 07-25-2020, 11:57 AM
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Originally Posted by mhw48 View Post
Nick is putting his signature back-stripe on my guitar. He constructed it out of a strip of the African Blackwood, surrounded with the figured Maple he's using for the bindings. The ends of AB are cut to a sort of arrow head shape; the maple strips are mitered and glued to form a point that fits the end of the AB. The maple is bent with a soldering iron. Nick has a special jig which he uses to glue the Maple along the edge of the African Blackwood. When the stripe has dried, he scores around the inlay, and then routs a groove in the back of the guitar and inserts the back-stripe.
WOW. The attention to detail is awesome. I'm wiping the drool off my keyboard as the pics come in! Thanks for sharing!!!!
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