Stratman1966 Posted December 17, 2008 Report Share Posted December 17, 2008 Hello I'm making a 60's style Fender Strat neck with the 1/8" thick rosewood veneer top over maple. I'm referring to the neck on right dated OCT 64 I went at it by radiusing the maple neck first with a radiusing block. Then attach sandpaper to the top of the radiused maple neck. Then I radiused the underside of the rosewood fretboard rubbing it back and forth over that. Then I plan on gluing it up then radius the top. My question is, is it easier to thin the fretboard first say done to 1/8" and then somehow bend it over a radiused neck thus creating the radius for the underside and top alot easier. The hand block radiusing is too much work. Has anyone done this. Thanks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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