Posts Tagged “kerfing”

Day 11 – Inlay Work & Checking Out

Spent most of the day routing out the channel for my inlays to sit in. That was a fidgety process – you had to be careful not to take out too much, otherwise you’ll see the gaps that were being filled by the epoxy. Obviously, being handmade and not using a CNC machine does mean […]


Day 8 – Side Prepping & Putting in the Rosette Inlay

The sides were placed into the jig ready for me to plane down evenly so that the back can be put on. When we made the sides we left quite a bit of leeway in case of any measurement mishaps. This was Tor’s amazing inlay work. He is sanding down the fretboard to get the […]


Day 7 – Trimming Headstock, Front Bracing, Choosing Accessories

I didn’t really maximise my day as I had decision making issues haha. Took me forever to decide what I wanted so that I could then progress. Above was the rosettes I narrowed down to – I ended up asking you guys for a lot of help throughout the day and it was amazing. Everyone’s […]