Scarf joint jig

Due to the lack of decent machinery I’m going to have to cut the scarf joint by hand and clean it up with the router afterwards. This needs a jig and since I didn’t keep the previous one I’m making a new one right now:

This one will be decent and made to be used more than once. On the right a kind of miter box like jig that holds my saw straight and perpendicular to the workbench while cutting the neck blank at 12 degrees. On the left (not glued yet) the guides for the router sled.

I hope to finish this all soon so I can proceed with the good stuff again…