erikbojerik Posted March 29, 2004 Report Share Posted March 29, 2004 While fishing around for my pick, I discovered that the underside of the spruce top on my acoustic is not finished (at least it doesn't feel finished...). As I understand things, one of the reasons to finish the wood is so that it won't dry out (and crack, etc). If I want to keep the spruce soundboard from drying out from the inside, shouldn't I apply some finish to the inside face? Or is spruce already "sappy" enough that it won't dry out? (but what about the inside face of the maple back?) help me out here... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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