I wouldn't be happy with that...I'm not sure what I'd do...but I wouldn't like it.
I would hope they checked out high with a rocker so I could knock them down.
I have definitely worked on guitars with dead notes due to raised frets.
If it wouldn't knock down, I'd run some CY glue into it and...
I'm not much of a modder, tweaker...I'd rather just play.
I used to make my living at it.
A few years ago, my 60's Danelectro was starting to get MORE finicky about holding tune, do I thought I'd swap the old 3-on-a-strip, open gear tuners for something else I had lying around...probably one of...
I wouldn't assume that nylon saddles tame or mellow anything.
I recently replaced TOMs on 2 guitars with a rosewood saddle and they both went ZING!
Acoustically AND plugged in.
More treble and more sustain.
After that, I think anything is possible.
The guitars were an Epi Sorrento and Guild...
I say shit like that all the time, for fun.
Just nobody listens.
Peter Green has said his old 'burst wasn't a good guitar for Blues.
Muddy has said Hoochie Koochie Man was supposed to be a FUNNY song.
Some people say funny shit if they know a lot of people are listening.
That is the exact shape of a headstock crack.
It's Gibson's Exclusive Patented Whiplash Smile.
Google Gibson headstock crack and you will see that shape over and over.
Some will try to charge a lot for such a repair because it seems like such a huge deal.
In a way, it is...it has to be done...
Snappy retort, but dead wrong.
Which is fine if you're one of those who thinks a good snappy retort trumps the truth.
I'm talking about the overwhelmingly negative perception African American population has concerning the Confederate flag.
I'm sure it's well documented.
It's pretty simple...say you're wearing a shirt that says University of Minnesota, and a good friend, neighbor, brother, sister...says, "Someone in my family was badly abused at U of Minn, and that shirt reminds me of it. I wish you wouldn't wear it."
Do you say, "I believe that there is NOTHING...