Here is a pic of the back with CF just applied and seal coat on. Again the thin spots are fine, just as long as there are no dry spots. Also....Always put your pieces on wax paper, it will make your life much easier!
Being a victim of my own laziness I used a piece of CF cloth that was folded and not rolled. This doesnt affect the structural rigidity of the piece so its fine for the race car....and I thought WTF, I have it so why not use it....
The fold line, even though I had it go over the trem cover was still very obvious. The more I thought about it the more it was bugging me....
So I fired up my power sander (6X48") and took most of the build off and got it back in level without removing the CF already applied. I am chalking it up for 'multiple layers for more strength'...but basically being the kid that falls off his bike and jumps up and says "I meant to do that". Pure BS on my part!
-Trip to the plastics store for a another section of CF
Enough CF cloth to do an entire guitar will set you back about 30$.
Also note that you will need about 4 oz mix resin for seal coats per side, less for build coats.
That looks excellent. Good job, and you KNOW that it's a strong finish
Windmill blades and F1 car bodies and RG veneers, hehehehe!
...and my car! (about 200mph faster then F1)