MP63 Posted September 5, 2006 Report Share Posted September 5, 2006 I am builing a soilid body with a multi-laminated maple-walnut neck. The mode of attachment is having the body routed to take the neck into the cavity like here: http://www.guitaristjeffmiller.com/guitars10.htm (scroll down a bit to see how he attached neck) The body is mahogany. If I go all the way with the neck to the end of the body, the bridge mounts will be on the joint of the maple neck and mahogany body. If I don't go all the way, the mounts will be entirely on the mahogany. Would mounting bridge studs on a joint be a problem? Should I just route the neck slot short of the bridge and mount the studs entirely on the body, free of a glue joint? Thanks for the help, Mike Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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