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- Mark Swanson
- Posts: 1972
- Joined: Thu Jan 05, 2012 11:11 am
- Location: Grand Rapids, Michigan USA
What do you expect to gain from it? And veneer is so thin that you would not have to make it any smaller, it adds very little to the overall size.
- Mark Swanson, guitarist, MIMForum Staff
It does seem like a lot of extra work but if it saves some weight and a mahogany tree why not? I'd go for a thicker veneer so you can still round off the back corners without cutting through to the spruce.