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Stabilized wood and the attaching of

Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by Peter Parker, Jan 25, 2004.

  1. Peter Parker

    Peter Parker Banned

    Jun 10, 2001
    I was wondering what to use to glue a stabilized fingerboard to the neck shaft: Titebond wood glue or some epoxy? thanks.
  2. CamMcIntyre


    Jun 6, 2000
    I'm curious about this too. I've got a stabilized black limba board and maple neck and wasn't sure if tite bond would work or not. I'll watch this thread for a bit. :)
  3. Peter Parker

    Peter Parker Banned

    Jun 10, 2001
    JP emailed me and says he uses TiteBond to great effect. If it's good enough for him it's good enough for me. Anyone else?
  4. kboyd


    Jul 6, 2002
    Titebond perfectly:)
  5. CamMcIntyre


    Jun 6, 2000
    Looks like i'll go buy some titebond. Thanks for posting this thread.

    That's all
  6. Bass Kahuna

    Bass Kahuna

    Dec 3, 2002
    West Lafayette, Indiana
    Luthier, Custom Builder
    Yeup. I confirmed with Larry at Gallery Hardwoods , who supplies stabilized fingerboards, that regular titebond is perfectly fine for attaching stabilized fingerboards!

  7. godoze


    Oct 21, 2002
    titebond here also...speaking of stab'd boards i'm still waiting for my stab'd curly koa board.....
  8. mslatter


    Apr 8, 2003
    What about hide glue? And is stabilized wood any more wear-resistant for fretless?
  9. CamMcIntyre


    Jun 6, 2000
    ::homer simpson voice on:: mmmmm stab'd curly koa ::homer simpson voice off::
  10. JP Basses

    JP Basses

    Mar 22, 2002
    Paris FRANCE
    MUCH MORE and highly recommended for fretless!

    Peace, JP

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