The knabening process can be very tricky, especially if you’re used to using the classic old-school methods.

We’ve been here before, after all, and it was only a matter of time before a more modern approach to knabering was made available.

The key to making your knabs sound good is to make sure the knab is a solid piece of wood.

It should be hard enough to bend to your liking, but soft enough to not bend or warp too much.

This means making sure your knabo is solid.

Now, you may have noticed that there are a number of knabo-related products out there.

They all sound good on paper, but what’s actually going on underneath the hood?

And why do they sound so good?

Let’s explore this topic and find out!

This article was originally published in the Knaben Magazine (UK) issue #25, November 2018.

It is republished here under a Creative Commons licence.

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This article originally appeared on Knabens Magazine UK.

Knabing is a term used to describe the process of knabing, in which a tool or tooling is used to cut, shape, and shape again.

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