DrummerDude Posted October 2, 2007 Report Share Posted October 2, 2007 I just got this beech blank that I will be using for the body of my project guitar (see pictures below). It is Precious to me. The blank will be cut up in three even pieces and the pieces joined together via gluing. Is there a way to square the narrow sides of this blank for gluing? I mean, at the home shop. With "standard" power tools. I have no huge stationary planers, no table saws, no circular saws. Tools available: plunge routers, jigsaws, drills, angle grinders, a hand-held power planer, a Dremel, a stationary belt grinder, a bench grinder and other pretty ordinary and common power and hand tools. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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