#1
Last year I started to build a Soloist Copy with a Walnut body and Pecan neck. Weeks after the final shaping of the body, a crack/check rippled through one side of the body (it's a 2 piece), and I was wondering how I could fix this. Note I'm wanting to do a natural finish on this instrument if possible. It doesn't appear very deep, but it's very distinguishable

I should have pics up of this sometime tonight
Endorsed by Dean Guitars 07-10
2003 Gibson Flying V w/ Moon Inlay
2006 Fender All-American Partscaster
SVK ELP-C500 Custom

1964 Fender Vibro Champ
1989 Peavey VTM60

[thread="1166208"]Gibsons Historic Designs[/thread]
#2
pics would help

Guitar : Fender CIJ Mustang and a Telecaster
Amp : 76 fender champ
Pedals : BBE green screamer, Big muff, Ibanez LU20 Pedal Tuner, boss loop pedal
#3
the only way to fix a crack/fissure in walnut is too either glue it and clamp it, which it will probably split somewhere else, or you have to get a wedge, hammer it into the crack, glue it. then sand the wedge flush. walnut cracks/fissures alot, you gotta get it finished QUICK
#4
It's not really a solid crack, like it's a bunch of little cracks. It looks like ////// get my drift?

Yea pics would help lol, I'll get some up sometime soon
Endorsed by Dean Guitars 07-10
2003 Gibson Flying V w/ Moon Inlay
2006 Fender All-American Partscaster
SVK ELP-C500 Custom

1964 Fender Vibro Champ
1989 Peavey VTM60

[thread="1166208"]Gibsons Historic Designs[/thread]