Looking for some expertise! I got started with making a sort of thinline that will end up being home to a pair of Lollar P90s that have been sitting in a drawer for over a year (and probably a Bigsby too). I found a long, reasonably priced, 4 inch wide piece of macasser ebony at the local supplier, and with some resawing, ended up with this top (on a cherry body), and enough material left for two fretboards.... As you can see in the second pic - the lines of the individual fretboards won't line up well with the top, as it it... but if they were bookmatched to make one fretboard it would look pretty seamless and cool from stem to stern... the question is: is there any reason to not do this? I googled "bookmatched fretboards" and didn't find much aside from fretless instruments, which makes me think there's a reason for the lack of them. Any one think it will cause some sort of trouble that I want to avoid? (The neck will have a dual action truss, will that be a problem?) Advice much appreciated!