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Installing Fretboard Side Dots
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Finishing Inlays
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Custom Guitar Inlays – Gluing Inlays
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Routing Inlay Channels
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Wooden Pick Guards
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How To Cut Perfect Nut String Channels
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Using The Saddle Channel Routing Jig

Installing Fretboard Side Dots

The side position markers are really very helpful for guitarists fret position information. Learn how to install both plastic and shell position markers in either wood or plastic fretboard sides or bindings.

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Finishing Inlays

Learn how to properly sand your inlays, polish the fretboard and do the final touch-ups and tune-ups to make the inlay look their best in this article. Also tips on addressing small imperfections and equipment that should be used for your protection of the pearl dust.

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Custom Guitar Inlays – Gluing Inlays

This article on Custom Guitar Inlays, deals with the proper gluing techniques to fill the routed inlay channels. How to mix the glue and matching filling medium, filling techniques and getting optimal results.

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Routing Inlay Channels

Other than the actual cutting of the shell inlays from the slabs of shell, routing the channels to receive the inlays is the most demanding task in performing a inlay project. This article gives you tips and techniques to do just that.

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Wooden Pick Guards

Installing a wooden pick guard on an acoustic guitar is not that big of a challenge and it adds significantly to the aesthetic value of a guitar. This article guides you through the steps to make and install a beautiful wooden pick guard.

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How To Cut Perfect Nut String Channels

Cutting perfect nut channels to receive your guitar strings is one of the more important guitar making tasks we as luthiers are faced with. This article will walk you through the necessary steps, together with the proper tools to make this an easy project and the result will be the perfect guitar nut.

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Using The Saddle Channel Routing Jig

Our Saddle Channel Routing Jig will give you the accuracy and versatility that you need to cut your saddle channel with confidence. This article gives you all the direction as to how to use this jig and how to make adjustments.

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