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Decided that curly cherry would look great with the Honduran Rosewood since they both have elements of gold and red tones. The back strip composition is replicated in the center neck laminates with holly and BRW in the center.



Binding Chanel is cut. I modified this elevate binding cutter by adding a micrometer gauge that gives an accurate readout of the channel depth.

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Looking really nice . I imagine Mike aka Woody is very pleased with how it’s looking.
Adding the micrometer seems like a great idea for cutting the binding channels.
The old saying of work smarter not harder would seem to apply.
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Looking really nice . I imagine Mike aka Woody is very pleased with how itís looking.
Adding the micrometer seems like a great idea for cutting the binding channels.
The old saying of work smarter not harder would seem to apply.
Wait...iisn't the old saying measure once cut twice?? At least that's how I do it
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Looking really nice . I imagine Mike aka Woody is very pleased with how itís looking.
Adding the micrometer seems like a great idea for cutting the binding channels.
The old saying of work smarter not harder would seem to apply.
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Wait...iisn't the old saying measure once cut twice?? At least that's how I do it
Well I had always heard it went something like measure once cuss twice
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