#1
I really dont know if this is obvious or not but on some finishes is there supposed to be a line and then the pattern starting again?

Seeing as i was talking about it earlier,Il use the DK2T as an example



notice theres a line down the middle,is that jus bad luck? or do all the guitars have this

help the clueless haha
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#3
This is very common.

The wood used for guitar tops is usually book matched. That means they take a thick piece of figured wood and cut it down the middle. The top is then glued onto the body with the center line running down the middle.


Some manufacturers like PRS use a solid piece for the top, but that's unusual.
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#4
Quote by Bonsaischaap
This is very common.

The wood used for guitar tops is usually book matched. That means they take a thick piece of figured wood and cut it down the middle. The top is then glued onto the body with the center line running down the middle.


Some manufacturers like PRS use a solid piece for the top, but that's unusual.



Does ESP do that too?
#5
Quote by sum_ugly_man
Does ESP do that too?



Eventhough it's not too obvious, you can see the line running down the middle:



Another way of telling whether it's a one piece or not, is to look at the pattern. On a bookmatched top, it's basically mirrored:



On a one piece top, it's not:


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