hendrix2430 Posted April 7, 2005 Report Share Posted April 7, 2005 I picked up some spruce yesterday and proceeded to glue up the body today. When clamping, I noticed that one piece was slightly thicker than other other, leaving around 1/40" (if that) overhang on one half of the whole thing. Should I worry, or should it be an easy fix? I plan on chambering the piece, then adding a spruce top on it, for a full spruce semi hollow guitar. I tried an matched the top, and I realized that these two pieces aren't flush in thickness either...very small difference but still. I wanted to not worry about sanding again after gluing up, I guess I'll have to do that... Any suggestions welcomed. And if someone has had this issue, please share your insight! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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