- Apr 24, 2010
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Check out anything by Precision Guitar Kits - their chosen name is 100% correct!I have been reading through this thread because I am interested in buying a kit. I was wondering if there is one brand that you pros feel stands out above the rest. I want a quality kit at a decent price, just like everyone else! Is there a thread about this? I can't find one. Any advice?
I'd glue a piece of veneer on the tenon and sand it back so it all fits snugly... (Very much like a shim, in fact!)Hi guys I was wondering if anyone had any advise on a particular issue I am having with a kit? if this is not the place let me know - I just didn't feel the need to start a new thread.
I have a kit where the neck is sitting at the correct angle but is loose and can rock horizontally. Would the best fix for this to be a shim to align the neck correctly prior to glueing?
Unathadox as it may sound, for gap filling, I always used super glue. It doesn't shrink, always bonds, and doesn't react wiith anything when it's dry.I have to fill in a few gaps with glue. What's the best way to go about this? I've applied the shellac, sanded it before hand.
I've mixed my acetone/binding for glue. Thanks guys.
Don't do that.Hi,
Ive been thinking about my GM les paul, I don't play it at all but I really miss playing a les paul, The thing is the GM doesnt play well , I hate the nibs, the fretboard sux and the neck wood was a little suspect.
Now I ve purchased new frets and some basic tools to hopefully sort out the fret board but what can I do about the neck wood .. It was a little soft if I remember right. You could stick you finger nail into it. I dont really fancy digging out the old neck and gluing in a bulldog neck or simular so I was thinking maybe I coat the back of the neck in some sort of epoxy or super glue?
Other suggestions are welcome .
anyway what do you think?
Yeah I didn't do that. But what I did do was pull out the old frets, levelled the fretboard installed new frets. Now it plays like a charm ..Don't do that.