Here’s the neck with the truss-rod already in place. You can also see the fretboard behind it – I didn’t cut the slits for the frets myself, although with the CNC machine that would be possible of course. But back then when I ordered it, that wasn’t the plan
Mating fretboard and neck:
Not the most professional clamping job, but it worked out fine.
Milling the sides for the correct width:
The completed rough cut of the neck:
The headstock is still rather blocky, as I wasn’t sure what shape it should have, so I left more material on in order to have options.
Also note the round shape at the end where it meets the body. It follows the curve of the sound hole of a classical guitar. More on the neck-body joint in the next post