If you can bend it for a mandolin (Much finer woodwork than I ll ever do!) I don t see why not. I would just rip 2 ribs; soak em, steam em and then try toMessage 1 of 4 , Jul 28, 2010View SourceIf you can bend it for a mandolin (Much finer woodwork than I'll ever do!) I don't see why not. I would just rip 2 ribs; soak 'em, steam 'em and then try to bend them...
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On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 5:28 PM, gmreevesrodco@... <gmreevesrodco@...> wrote:
It is dry but bends when soaked. I have used it to bend sides for a mandolin and it works pretty good._