All- I'm planning for a cabinet build for something like a Marshall 1974x combo. I have a woodworking question for those in the know. I'm trying to figure out how best to cut a groove for the piping that runs across the top of the cab, from front to back. The piping I'm gonna use is 3/32". I have some plans that call for a 1/8" wide by a 1/8" deep groove, cut with a table saw. I guess the question is what blade to use. Do they come in separate widths? Generally, is there some kind of a blade that is preferred with birch plywood?