psw Posted May 7, 2004 Report Share Posted May 7, 2004 The BOND guitar was a plastic, electronics laden flop... It had however a really interesting fretboard. They called it a stepboard I think, as it had little slopes up to where the fret would be, then fell away sharply so as to rise up to the next fret. What I always liked was the idea of being able to mould the board, radius and frets in one go! Perhaps even the truss rod and carbon fibre for strength. I've had a little experience in fibreglass and molding (pickup bobbins, etc). Anyone got any ideas on epoxies etc that could stand the where and tear and not get worn away by the strings?? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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