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personally i consider an attached fretboard past the point of binding; but i guess if the board was flat or something flat to run the router on a rabbet bit would do the trick with the proper bearing; but id be making some sort of jig to put on the headstock to guide the bit away from the headstock

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On my practice guitar body I want to add some binding. I know enough t use a router but what bits do I need? Do I have to buy the Stewmac binding bits and bearings?? What is the best way to go about this..

I ended up buying the Stewmac binding bit and a bearing it came in yesterday. Hopefully I will try it out this week.

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