Hi Guys, Cutting fret slots. I've just been listening to Ben (Crimson Guitars live stream) and he says to cut your fret slots after you've radiused the fretboard. This because it's easier to cut on the top of an arc than across a flat board (especially with fretsaws that don't tend to clear the cutting very well). Part 2. Now all the fret slot cutting jigs I've seen (including Crimsons) just cut flat. So, surely, if you cutting deep enough by the time the edges are deep enough then the middle will be much deeper than you need whereas you'll need a 'radius' cut wouldn't you? I cut mine on a homemade jig while the board is flat then radius the board. It leave me enough of the fret slot to recut afterwards giving me a radiused cut. Anyway, your thoughts boys and girls. Happy building.