Guitar charcuterie board

charcuterie board

Wood: Wenge, padauk and quilted maple
Size: 3/4″ x 12″ x 20″ 
Joinery: #20 and #10 biscuits. Titebond glue
Construction (adapted from Reader’s Digest): Cut strips from maple and wenge to make the guitar “neck”, thickness plane them to size, and then glue and clamp the pieces together.  Once the glue has dried dimension it to final thickness. Use a template to draw the guitar shape and cut it out on the bandsaw. Drill holes for the legs. Sand with 120-, 150-, 180- and 220-grit. Install the legs and routed hand grips. The board is finished with a high quality food safe oil. It took about 10 hours to complete this project.

charcuterie board
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