avengers63 Posted April 24, 2009 Report Share Posted April 24, 2009 Here's what I have going on... Maple neck with a re-shaped headstock, bloodwood face plate. The neck will be painted black, matching the body. I want the headstock to further match the body and have white binding. The horns don't come to a sharp point, but they're pretty close. Were they to come to a sharp point, the only real option would be to cut & bevel the binding to the angle. Since these are slightly rounded, I'm probably going to have to heat & bend the plastic around the tip. So, with the points on the horns of the headstock, what pitfalls do I need to look out for? Any suggestions or experience binding this much of a point? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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