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converting to lefty?


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brian

PostPosted: 02/27/2003 at 3:03 PM    Post subject: converting to lefty? link

can you convert a bean for left handed playing or is the nut married to the neck.

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PostPosted: 02/28/2003 at 8:48 PM    Post subject: RE:converting to lefty? link

sure- you can pop off the nut with a flat head screwdriver and a hammer if it is brass- a bone or graphite may crack. but you can make a new one. i make some aluminum guitars that are ambidextrious, and i can help you in a conversion if you need body work done-

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ansbs

PostPosted: 06/13/2003 at 10:38 AM    Post subject: RE:converting to lefty? link

i was looking to see if i could get a tb1000s/a neck or a tb 500 neck from anywhere to put on an old gibson body that i have - i havent got a clue where to look - also can yopu send me some info about the company you work for so i can look into buying an ambidextous guitar ?? please help me : (

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