SLushe Posted July 3, 2007 Report Share Posted July 3, 2007 Due to time restraints and needing to finish any projects before I move in september, I am trying to get a guitar started and finished by then (with exception of paint anyways) so instead of going with a custom neck builder, I might just get a blank Carvin neckthru blank. Since they can't do certain options I required for one project, I would have to do it for my other project, which I was planning on putting a custom inlay into. But if I go thru Carvin, there obviously won't be an inlay, although it should be done within 3-6 weeks (I will have 2 weeks or so before I move, to build the body/routing/etc) So what I am wondering. Is it possible to someday in the future, if I had a guitar that was already finished/strung/setup, to install some inlays into it? Would a custom inlayer be able to just take out the 2-3 frets in the spot I want, and inlay it like normal, even though its already radiused and everything? I am just trying to think for the future, if it really bothers me having a totally blank board. I understand how pricy it will be, and hoping I dont get too **** to go ahead and need it, but it may happen someday if I get bored of the guitar Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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