Guitar Inlay Bandings



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Reproduction Vintage Gibson Guitar back inlay banding, circa 1850. 1/4" wide and 29" long.   $15.00.
Arrowhead banding used on some Gibson guitars manufactured around 1850.
Constructed from solid woods and pressure dyed veneers. The colors are through and through, and cannot be sanded off.
All joints are tight - using titebond-II glue, and the joints will not separate - there is no paper holding these together - they are SOLID.
Shown with a shellac finish


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No finish

$15.00 each



Walnut and Maple, Reproduction Vintage Gibson Guitar back inlay banding, circa 1897. 1/4" wide and 29" long.   $12.00.
Used on some Gibson guitars manufactured around 1897.
Constructed from solid walnut, maple, and pressure dyed veneers. The colors are through and through, and cannot be sanded off.
All joints are tight - using titebond-II glue, and the joints will not separate - there is no paper holding these together - they are SOLID.


No finish

$12.00 each



This is exactly the same as the above (banding 802), but the dentil banding on the outside edges run in opposite directions.
Walnut and Maple, Reproduction Vintage Gibson Guitar back inlay banding, circa 1897. 1/4" wide and 29" long.   $12.00.
Used on some Gibson guitars manufactured around 1897.
Constructed from solid walnut, maple, and pressure dyed veneers. The colors are through and through, and cannot be sanded off.
All joints are tight - using titebond-II glue, and the joints will not separate - there is no paper holding these together - they are SOLID.


No finish

$12.00 each



Rosewood and Holly Guitar back inlay banding. 1/4" wide and 21-1/2" long.   $8.00.
Constructed from solid rosewood and holly. The colors are all natural - through and through, and cannot be sanded off.
All joints are tight - using titebond-II glue, and the joints will not separate - there is no paper holding these together - they are SOLID.

Only 6 of these available - please do not order more than 6
$8.00 each



Reproduction Martin Parlor Guitar back inlay banding 11/32" wide and 27" long.   $20.00.
Constructed from solid woods and pressure dyed veneers. The colors are through and through, and cannot be sanded off.
All joints are tight - using titebond-II glue, and the joints will not separate - there is no paper holding these together - they are SOLID.
Shown with no finish




A very narrow inlay banding, 3/32" wide and 28" long, and 1/16" thick. Flexible enough to dry bend to a 4" radius - even smaller if wet.   $15.00.
Constructed from solid woods and pressure dyed veneers. The colors are through and through, and cannot be sanded off.
All joints are tight - using titebond-II glue, and the joints will not separate - there is no paper holding these together - they are SOLID.
Shown with no finish




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