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RE: Rope, braid, wheat, herringbone, whatever you want to call it   You are logged in as Guest
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RE: Rope, braid, wheat, herringbone,... (in reply to RobF

Good ol autocorrect

Thanks Rob. I’m all about using white glue if that tolerates a little bending on the iron. My hide glue experience hasn’t been so great. I’ve been using fish glue for most things. The guy at the local violin supply shop I get materials from said he switched to it and recommended it. I thought it would be a brilliant idea to try and use hide to glue my bridge on. It gelled up a little I guess because I noticed the bridge was not making perfect contact with the top. I was able to pull it off in time and then scrape the hide glue off. I used fish glue to glue the back on and then realized I had left the sound hole clamp still attached. Back would not come off like the bridge did !
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