XL Radius Sanding Block for BASS -"One Plus One XL"

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ONE PLUS ONE XL-Radius Sanding Block for Bass 30” long x 3.25” wide!

Fretboard radius sanding blocks that have the details of handcrafted combined with the accuracy from modern machining tools.  This is a special 30” x 3.25” solid rock hard maple “One Plus One XL” fretboard radius block. (sandpaper not included)

  • Mount full 30" beam on your bench
  • Cut to the size your prefer
  • Custom radius available upon request for no additional cost
  • 3.25" width perfect for bass necks
  • Finished with a premier hard oil finish

All of our radius blocks are made to order. Please see the  front page for current lead times. Additional custom options may be available upon request.

 

 

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Roynell Woodard
Great Service

Great team... made sure I got what I needed. I was able to ask question and get them answered before I committed. Thanks

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David Dupuis
Wonderful quality tool

Production and shipping was timely. The radius sanding block arrived and I must say I was quite pleased with its quality. I didn't expect it to have finish on it, which was a nice surprise. I have looked for one of this length for a long time and happy,I found it and bought it from Maximum Guitar Works rather than some Chinese ebay seller. I will definitely look to this company for guutar building tools in the future and so should you.

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michael orourke
OUTSTANDING!!!

These beams are fantastic! The quality of workmanship is second to none. The length works great for 34 & longer scale, but more importantly the width will accommodate wider fretboards that the standard beams can't handle. The option to cut a smaller block is a stroke of genius, but I prefer to keep mine intact. The added length gives me a little more room to work with. These will save me some build time for sure. I found MGW from a recommendation by Brad Angove, and really glad about it. These are the beams I've been looking for. Great work, Steve!