You will be fine. put the best piece in the middle.
Good luck with your project.
On Sat, 17 Sep 2016, at 08:03 PM, WALSH STUART wrote:
> This is a beginner's question for simple projects!
> I got some soundboard wood a few years ago intended for harpsichords.
> Some of the pieces are quite narrow. I've been told that it is fine to
> glue more than two pieces.
> Obviously, each board has narrower grain lines on one side and going
> wider towards the other side. With two pieces I'd just put the narrow
> grain lines facing each other in the middle. But with three pieces?
> I don't mind if the soundboard ends up looking a bit odd but is there
> any technical or aesthetic issue here?
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