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Michael Greenfield of Greenfield Guitars explains clearly why it's critical to have properly shaped guitar sides before you rout for binding. He shared this great tip with us during the 2013 Northwoods Seminar last August.
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In this Trade Secrets Video:
A tip from one of the world's finest guitar builders
A simple tool adapted from the Collings Guitars factory
Spring steel follows the contours of the guitar body
Sighting with a straightedge to check for flatness
Guitar Finishing Step-By-Step
Problem-solving products for this kind of work:
Rosewood Back and Side Set for Dreadnought Guitar
Bookmatched backs and unbent sides for D-size guitars.
ColorTone Waterbase Grain Filler
The first step to a flawless professional finish.
Binding Router Bit Set
Rout clean, precise ledges for practically any binding combinations.
     
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Side Bending Strap
A flexible .012" stainless spring steel strap for covering a wet or steamed wooden instrument side when using the bending iron.
Stikit Gold Paper Self-adhesive Abrasives
They simply last longer. Sized for our fretwork tools.
6" Steel Rule
Handy rule with precise graduations on satin chrome with both metric and fractional scales.
     
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