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Old 03-14-2016, 08:36 PM
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Default Profiling The Back and Top, Thicknessing

Having allowed the glue to cure, the joined back and top are now profiled to slightly larger than the outline of the guitar.

The top is thicknessed..a rather critical factor in the tone of the guitar.





Thicknessing the top.



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If

G = The ideal number of guitars
C = Your current number of guitars

then

G = C+1
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