Q&A | Scarf Joint Jig, Choosing Top Wood for a Parlor, Using Slotted or Unslotted Bridge Pins…

In this episode of DIY Guitar Making, I answer YOUR questions!


– Can backs be flatsawn?

– a miter box design for cutting scarf joints

– Best wood bindings to replace white plastic bindings

– Best topwood for a parlor size instrument

– using slotted or unslotted bridge pins

– building a light box/ light box alternatives

– the 14th fret hump

– sourcing backstrip material

– fixing soundboard tearout along the binding edge

– lint free cloth in the Netherlands

– flatsawn maple

– The ‘Best Guitar Show’ in Altoona, Pennsylvania, February 25th

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