jay5 Posted April 15, 2004 Report Share Posted April 15, 2004 I'm going to be buying a 25.5" scale fingerboard for the tele I'm building. My question is how tough is it to get the centerline established on a radiused board for mounting purposes. I would imagine that if you were off a bit it would give the board a strange feel once trimmed and mounted. At the same time on the boards that you buy from stewmac and the like they are only rough cut so in theroy the peak of the radius migt not be the center of the board. This would make it very hard to establish the centerline> Would it just be easier to get an unradiused board, mark it and glue it up and then radius it? ANY experience or ideas are welcome. Oh, im only doing dot inlays and to my knowledge this can be done after radiusing. Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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