Hi there. So I got myself one of those knotty pine bodies that Stewmac is selling. I just think those look so cool! I've attached pics. Since I have never done that before, I'm planning on binding the body. However, since the wood is rather knotty (and as one can see, on the back side there's already a small piece chipped away) I was wondering what's the best way to go about this. I do have a dremel tool, the Stewmac router base as well as the binding router guide and this router bit also from Stewmac. I believe this binding router guide will probably be the tool of choice, since I don't have the edge guide, that can also be purchased for the router base. It's probably wise to start on the back, so if anything goes wrong while I'm still learning, it doesn't matter as much as if it was on the front. But what do I have to avoid, what's the best way to do it, in order to get a nice clean route? How fast should my dremel spin, is it the right router bit, or should I use a different one? Or is it better to use a manual tool for the job? Looking forward to your replies Thanks!