The scarf jointed headstock is an important feature of Granata Guitars.  It is much stronger than a one piece with all the short grain in the spot where you need all the strength.
Clockwise from above: The scarf joint is cut then trued with the router.  The head piece is flipped and then glued back on the neck.

Below:  The groove is routed into the neck for the truss rod.

Below: The Ebony veneer is glued on the headstock

Above: The dovetail is fit and the neck angle is set.

Above: The fingerboard has been radiused, tapered, and the inlays completed.

Below: The fingerboard is glued to the neck.

Below: The neck is set in the carving jig to be shaped.