View Single Post
  #5  
Old 10-27-2020, 12:55 PM
ArchtopLover's Avatar
ArchtopLover ArchtopLover is offline
Charter Member
 
Join Date: Sep 2020
Location: Blanchardville, Wisconsin
Posts: 111
Default Carpentry on guitars?

Quote:
Originally Posted by 123davido View Post
I dont think I can salvage any rosewood from the fretboard unless i lob off a couple of CMs from the overhang on the end.
I always thought doing carpentry on guitars was Luthiery? I could be wrong here, nevertheless, I definitely would not hack a piece of fretboard extension off in order to use it as a filler veneer for the screw hole damage. Small pieces of rosewood can be purchased quite cheaply on eBay, Stew-Mac or LMI. I would suggest a single piece of rosewood headstock veneer wood, only costs a few bucks, and you will have plenty left over for your next repair project. If the color is not right, the rosewood can be lightly stained for a better match.
__________________
Leonard

1918 Gibson L-1
1928 Gibson L-4 (Blond w/Ebony Fret-board)
1930's Kalamazoo KG-32
1930's Gretsch F-50
1934 Gibson L-7
1934 Gibson L-50 (KG-11/14 Body Shape)
1935 Gibson L-50 (Flat-back)
1935 Gibson L-30 (Flat-back)
1942 Gibson L-50 (WWII Banner Head)
1948 Gibson L-50
1949 Epiphone Blackstone


"a sharp mind cuts cleaner than a sharp tool"
Reply With Quote