Celluloid Guitar Trim Blanks

Celluloid Guitar Trim Blanks

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Celluloid Guitar Trim Blanks Ivoroid, 0.060" thick

Ivoroid, 0.060" thick

Item # 5823
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4 or more $4.90
Celluloid Guitar Trim Blanks Tortoise, 0.070" thick

Tortoise, 0.070" thick

Item # 5824
In stock, ready to ship!


4 or more $4.90
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Celluloid Guitar Trim Blanks

About This Item

Get the complete look! Perfect match for our celluloid binding
No need to settle for a color or pattern that doesn't look quite right! These celluloid trim blanks match the color and pattern of our bindings perfectly.

Trim blanks are for making a neck heel cap and an end trim strip for an acoustic guitar body, plus many other binding and inlay uses.

New! True vintage-style celluloid nitrate
Available in subtle white-on-cream grained ivoroid or warm translucent tortoise, StewMac celluloid has the vintage quality of the earliest instrument bindings and trim.

Ivoroid blanks are: 1-1/16" x 8" x 0.060" (26.94mm x 203mm x 1.52mm)
Tortoise blanks are: 1-1/16" x 8" x 0.070" (26.94mm x 203mm x 1.77mm)

We recommend StewMac Bind-ALL Guitar Binding Glue for installation.

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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Used on Dreadnought kit


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I applied this .060" X .250 tortoise shell celluloid as binding on my mahogany StewMac Dreadnought with similar material for the heel cap and end piece. I used the white .020" X .075" plastic perfling to separate the tortoise shell from the mahogany. All materials applied OK and I am waiting two days as recommended before scraping flush and sanding, so I do not yet know how the finished product will look.

Be aware that the celluloid strips are only 60 1/4" long; not 61" as advertised. The dreadnought required exactly 60 11/16" for a full wrap. Fortunately, I purchased an extra strip, of which I used 7/16" to fill the gap behind the heel.