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Michael Gajeski replied to Bruce’s discussion ‘Head thickness and nut height’

| April 14, 2010 | 0 Comments

Michael Gajeski replied to Bruce’s discussion ‘ Head thickness and nut height ‘ I use a hack saw, and then if it needs to be cleaned up take it to a bench grinder. I bet a cut off wheel on a dremel will also work well.

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Alan Roberts replied to Bruce’s discussion ‘Head thickness and nut height’

| April 14, 2010 | 0 Comments

Alan Roberts replied to Bruce’s discussion ‘ Head thickness and nut height ‘ There’s two roads you can go (probably more): buy a luthier’s string gauge to measure exactly the distance between strings and frets (you’ll use frets on your next build… and there WILL be a next build) with a nice bone nut/saddle. OR you can go t…

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Clare replied to Bruce’s discussion ‘Head thickness and nut height’

| April 14, 2010 | 0 Comments

Clare replied to Bruce’s discussion ‘ Head thickness and nut height ‘ I like the threaded rod too, but broke about 3 scroll saw blades trying to cut it. Is there a better way?

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Bob Holland replied to Bruce’s discussion ‘Head thickness and nut height’

| April 11, 2010 | 0 Comments

Bob Holland replied to Bruce’s discussion ‘ Head thickness and nut height ‘ During this time of year. Go to yard sales. Junk guitars pop up & even the broken ones still have good parts left on them. I’m accumulating parts also to do a build. My funds are limited since I just lost my day job. BOB

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