If they're good, well cut bindings, it's fine. If the grain is at a > 45 degree angle to the edges, it's a nightmare. Not had the issue with any other wood, I guess the better quality ebony is used for fingerboards and other stuff.Victor Seal wrote:I bend ebony bindings on a bending iron. No problem. Just go slow.
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