wwwdotcomdotnet Posted May 24, 2007 Report Share Posted May 24, 2007 (edited) I am planning on doing Gibson style binding on my guitar (where the binding actually has a lip where the fret ends). I was wondering if I could tap in the frets before gluing the fingerboard to the neck, or would that be too risky? I would think that the fingerboard may be too weak to tap the frets in with it not attached to the neck. I wanted to do it this way so I could put the frets in, square them off with the end of the fingerboard, and then glue the binding on, then lastly glue it to the neck. Anyone have an opinion? Edited May 24, 2007 by wwwdotcomdotnet Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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