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flamed maple back lamination


last time we get to see the nice mahogany and bubinga back

the glue squeeze-out is nice and even, that means good even glue spread and clamp pressure

back and front views of the glued back lamination

the fun part, cutting away the excess flamed maple

that's the last of glueing wood to make the body, it looks and feels like a bass now, i think it looks sweet and in playing position i love the really easy access to the upper frets, the bass' balance, weight, and thickness, next up is sanding the body edges perfectly smooth in preparation for rounding the body edges with a router