At the risk of being redundant I would like to ask about different techniques for making a matching wooden control cavity cover. I know this has been covered somewhat in prior posts, however, after having read these posts I'm still confused on the details of the following methods: It seems that the main way that wooden cavity covers are done are either 1) by removing a portion of the rear laminate wood to use as a cover or 2) by planing off a portion of the body to be used as a veneer. Also some mention was made about making a wooden cavity cover from a body blank that was in 2 pieces or more (I don't understand this). Another method that was mentioned that I don't understand is making a wooden cover when you have a front laminate wood on a body blank? How does this work? I would like to know what the advantages and disadvantages are of the above methods plus any other methods that can be used. Also is there anywhere I can find more information on this (most of the guitar and bass building books do not seem to have this information)? Thanks.