A fantastic tool to glue wood bindings. Even after the use of tape, when you wrap it aroud the instrument, you can see the glue squeeze out of the channel. Several turns of that tightened rubber band adds a huge amount of pressure on the binding. One set is full enough for a full guitar. i'll never glue any binding without it anymore.
what a great help. I use them all the time now, at first I just used regular bands . now I use these because they pull more consistent then the others. I use them cut and uncut.
These newly purchased rubberBands have have pleased me from an instrument point of View... And there are further ideas on how to solve "attachment" oriented problems.
Gundars Rullis mostly in Latvija.
Tape would have pulled off some of the finish on this 54' Guild. These rubber bands are the only way to go!
These bands work perfect for installing binding. Great product.
A very good product, but try not to touch the glue (Elmers or DAP yellow glue)- it will eat the rubber
These things are really great. They don't stick to the glue, don't mark the wood, and clamp wood bindings way tighter than twine.
The extra long rubber bands give me the flexibility to wrap different mandolins with just the right force, as I am creating some new styles that I am experimenting with new bracing, top and bottom thicknesses, resonator styles, etc. I will get much good from them!
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