A nice piece of solid Honduras Mahogany just like the original.
Unlike the original, I cut 2 grooves into the neck block on the table saw and inserted carbon fiber bars to add stiffness to the neck. The original just had the rosewood center strip, but I like the stiffness the carbon fiber adds because it helps increase the sustain of the strings when they are strummed.
Cutting the scroll on the headstock is a difficult thing. It can get away from you quite easily. Orville Gibson designed this over 100 years ago, and it's still being imitated. He designed it so the vertical cuts are perpendicular to the fretboard surface, not the headstock. To make the cut, the neck is held in a jig while it is cut on a bandsaw with a 1/8" blade.
The neck is held in the same jig as it is smoothed out on a spindle sander.
After cutting the Mother-of-Pearl logo, the headstock is routed out using a Dremel rotary tool and very fine bits.