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On the nature of aluminum, graphite, etc. necks

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blackmarker

PostPosted: 09/18/2006 at 11:35 AM    Post subject: On the nature of aluminum, graphite, etc. necks link

My question is about changing string gauges with these non-adjustable type necks. If I decided to go up or down in gauge with my Bean, would I need to have the frets re-leveled to compensate for the increased or decreased neck curvature?

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PostPosted: 09/21/2006 at 2:51 PM    Post subject: RE:On the nature of aluminum, graphite, etc. necks link

I don't think you'd need to 're-level' the frets, but I would adjust saddle heights for subtle change in action, and I would re-intinate when you were done with action adjustments.

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