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I cut the body for my SG the other day. It's amazing how well you can plan things and then screw it up with the very FIRST cut. I had two bookmatched pieces of Honduras mahogany, both 42" long X 2" thick X 10" wide. What did I do? I cut them right across the grain first, not realizing I could have salvaged a 42" long X 4" wide piece from each board for neckthru necks first. Now I have these two irregular shaped blocks only 17" long. I feel so stoopid. I guess they could be used for some sort of narrow bodied guitar, or they might be big enuf for the wings on another neckthrough...barely.

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