GregP Posted May 13, 2004 Report Share Posted May 13, 2004 Hi there, I have my chambering template ready now, but I'm not sure how deep to go. The wood is 1 3/4" thick limba, which will have a 5/8" carved maple cap over it. As far as I know, Korina and Limba are the same thing. Given the type of wood (porous but dense), how thin should I leave the back? Or conversely, how deep should I go with the chambering. If I decide to carve the back as well, I'll take that into account, but assuming I leave it flat, what's a good thickness? Greg Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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