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Pete13606

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  1. That looks like a cool jig.It's similar to a jig I saw pictured in American Basses in the section that Micheal Tobias had an article reprinted. I am lucky to have two table saws.Unfortunately the bandsaws I have are table top versions and not big or tough enough for most cutting of bodies. Thanks for the advice and ideas!!!!I've been planning to build for a long time and have many templates(on cardboard) and full size plans drawn. Pete
  2. Clamp the pieces together, using the off cut from when we cut the waste of the headstock angle off (so the clamps are perpendicular to the headstock face/join), and another flat scrap for the headstock face. Before you know it, you'll be gluing up 15 necks at a time. Anyone care for a flying v??
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