I was given some delicious Alaska Cedar that I will use for necks-but how do I cut it. Making the cuts on good wood is always a difficult choice.
If I want a neck without a glued part I can get only one neck out of this lovely quarter sawn wood. A terrible waste of great wood.
But I can get three necks out of this piece if I am willing to have a glue joint.
If you match the wood well and glue together perfectly flat surfaces the joint is almost invisible,
So here are the first three necks.
Here is just one way it could be done, How would you do it?