I bought some nice Honduran Mahogany, Enough to make necks for the next six builds. I plan on making a series of Rosewood/Redwood tenors and I like this wood for the necks. In an earlier post I showed how I glue them up. Now the next steps---
The necks are smoothed and squared up on the disc sander set at an exact 90 degrees.
When they are square and smooth the neck template is used to scribe on the shape and the neck is then taken to the bandsaw.
The result, six mahogany neck blanks ready to fashion further into tenor necks.