did you end up using the locating pins that kramer had for lining up the fretboard? My biggest concern is getting the fretboard located perfectly, with only the 2 holes for the nut I dont think I would get it just right. while removing the fretboard I found little wooden locators under the 12 and 15 fret markers, I figure I'll use them and the nut and I should get it on there just right.
I had the same concern, but I created my own locations right at fret slots for pins (luthier merchantile) and got it aligned by marking centerline for both the new finger board and the neck top surface (especially important at the ends of both). The new board was pre-slotted.
My first attempt was with titebond and c clamps and it was a failure for certain. Too thick a slidy, so I separated them and regrouped. I gotta say hide glue was the way to go, because it helps pull the separated surfaces together during the drying.
I spared you photos of all the radiusing required to mate the surfaces, but this is the activity requiring the most man-hours.
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