Forgive the corny blog titles, I just couldn't resist that "bonding" run. Anyhow, the bindings are now all attached to the edges of the instruments and only need paring down and sanding to be complete. Here is the last one all trussed up with tape and one clamp which brings the joints together tightly at top and bottom.
I have a little variety in the binding in this build. Note the Brazilian Rosewood uke has but a single white line of purfling on the side while the Honduran Rosewood has a double line. Which do you like best?
So on the top and bottom purfling I used either black/white/black, or white black white to match. These are finer lined purfling. Which do you like best. Drop me a comment and let me know. Lets see if we agree.