First job was to replace the locating pins on the 2nd fretboard and glue it to the neck.
Process was the same as the 1st. Some 3-in-1 oil on the truss rod, a strip of masking tape along the top of the truss rod while I lathered the white glue on the neck, 3 blobs of silicone on the truss rod, then pull off the masking tape and apply the fretboard.
Then it was time to dig out my spokeshave, sharpen it nicely, and work on the 1st neck.
Then I switched to course sandpaper and a sanding block so I could get in tight to the heel. Here it is close to straight and flat and approaching final thickness at the heel and headstock.
And after all that, time for a nice ego boost. Place the body and neck together and finally get a good idea of how it's going to look.
And the more observant among you might have noticed that I avoided shaping the headstock neatly where it meets the neck. Time to do something about that. I could have got out the rasp and files, but I have some nice drum sanders for the Dremel that would do the job a lot quicker with a steady hand. So I clamped the template in place, put the headstock in the bench vice, and fired up the Dremel on low speed.
Very close to the final shape now, job well done.
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