Today, I removed the clamps for the kerfing for the back side of the guitar and glued on the kerfing for the top side of the guitar. It's pretty simple stuff. Tomorrow I will start a cleanup pass (cleaning up glue squeeze out mostly) and then may start on the back.
In this shot, you get to see what the kerfing looks like. You can see the kerfing cuts which give the long strip it's immense flexibility allowing it to follow the curves of the sides of the guitar. Also if you look closely at the right side of the picture you can see the angle/tapered edge of the kerfing as it goes towards the center of the sides. Last thing to note is that you can see through to the other side where the clamps are on the top side kerfing.