Stolysmaster Posted January 12, 2007 Report Share Posted January 12, 2007 I have just purchased a neck blank of White Limba that should arrive in a few days. It is a quartersawn piece measuring 1.75" thick x 3.375 wide x 30" long. I bought it because it is quartersawn and will therefore allow me to use it as is, and not have to cut it into three pieces and laminate it. Before I proceed with this "one piece" neck I would like to know if this sounds OK, or if I should cut it into three pieces and laminate it anyway. What opinions can I get on a one piece vs. three piece White Limba neck? If it makes any difference, the fingerboard is ebony. Thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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