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Dragon Hand-cut Rasp

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Dragon Hand-cut Rasp Large, coarse

Large, coarse

Item # 4151
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$54.84

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Dragon Hand-cut Rasp Large, fine

Large, fine

Item # 4152
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$54.84

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Dragon Hand-cut Rasp Small, coarse

Small, coarse

Item # 4154
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$34.42

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Dragon Hand-cut Rasp Small, fine

Small, fine

Item # 4155
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$34.42

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Dragon Hand-cut Rasp Double-radius, coarse

Double-radius, coarse

Item # 4157
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$44.34

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Dragon Hand-cut Rasp Double-radius, fine

Double-radius, fine

Item # 4158
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$44.34

 
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Dragon Hand-cut Rasp

About This Item

Fast working, super-smooth cut.
Unequaled for neck shaping and contouring.

Dragon handcrafted steel rasps have become our first choice for quickly shaping instrument necks, solidbody guitar contours, custom jigs and clamping cauls.

Double-cut rasp has two different radii for quickly shaping a neck heel or the base of a peghead.

Dragon rasp teeth are individually hand-struck on both sides of each file, leaving a slightly random pattern that a machine-made rasp simply can't equal. This reduces chattering and "wandering," giving a smooth but aggressive cut.

Dragon rasps have the right shapes for contouring a variety of neck sizes.

Use the coarse rasp to quickly shape:
• Solidbody contours
• Necks and bridges
• Jigs and cauls

Follow with the fine rasp for:
• Final shaping
• Smoothing
• Softening corners

Large 10" long x 1-5/8" wide   (254mm x 41.28mm)
Small 6" long x 1-3/16" wide (152mm x 30.16mm)
Double-radius 7" long x 7/8" wide (178mm x 22.22mm)


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Verified Buyer


I'm a free form pipe maker, This is the best wood working file I have ever used.

5.0

Great for curve on neck

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Verified Buyer


Makes quick work of shapingvtthe neck.

5.0

Great rasp for making necks

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Verified Buyer


I've wanted one of these for a while. I mainly use a saw rasp to rough out a guitar neck but the heel never turns out the way I want it. This tool will do the trick. I used one of these when I built my first acoustic guitar with a luthier here in Chicago. I just received the small, coarse dragon rasp and tested on some mahogany. Works fantastic.

5.0

Great for shaping my instrument necks.

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Verified Buyer


These rasps cut very nice. need handles on them though.

4.0

A good buy for the price.

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Verified Buyer


I have used the course Dragon for a couple of weeks in my gun stocking shop. It does well and seems well made. I needed a rasp that cuts quicker than the others on my shop and this rasp does just that. I am happy with the purchase.

5.0

Great Files

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Verified Buyer


This series of files are the best I've ever used for shaping a carves item. They aggressively remove wood and leave a relativity clean surface for sanding. I not only use them for guitar necks but for many other wood working projects that require shaping and carving.

5.0

Great file.

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Verified Buyer


This file can remove a bait amount of material in tight spaces while still leaving an easily sandable finish.

5.0

Large coarse

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Verified Buyer


Just the right tool for shaping necks. Makes me want them all, but they are a bit expensive.

5.0

Perfect for the jobs that other files can't do

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Verified Buyer


This is my go-to tool for shaping. It removes wood quickly and cleanily. The best part is the narrow profile which allows me to get into places other files won't. I do a lot of Gamba style scrolls and this file is great for smoothing a final shaping the inside curves. Highly recommended.

5.0

Better than expected

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Verified Buyer


The teeth are much finer and denser than I expected. I was able to take advantage of a 15% sale, so I had to pull the trigger!

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