Guest bartbrn Posted May 1, 2008 Report Share Posted May 1, 2008 I asked this question in another thread, but the thread was long and petering out, so I don't think many saw it. I hope it's OK to post the question a second time as a new topic -- if not, please let me know. In most of the tutorials and books (Melvyn Hiscock's and Martin Oakham's) I've seen, a separate arched top on a semi- or full- hollowbody seems generally to be accomplished by contour routing or milling both the outside and the inside of the separate top piece, then finished by surforming/grinding/sanding. Has anyone ever accomplished this contouring by using a fairly thin top piece and steam-forming it to contour, instead of starting with a thick piece and hogging it out? Just curious. Thanks! Bart Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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