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"Once Yamaha went to the slathered-on finish in the early 80s, the necks were a LOT h…"

Jeffrey L. Suits replied Sep 20, 2020 to Stewmac Heat Stick

37 Jul 8
Reply by Dave Richard

"I've had my OM1000  since December 2001, no trussrod, no problems whatsoever, other…"

Jeffrey L. Suits replied Dec 23, 2018 to Newbie, curious about carbon fiber

3 Dec 26, 2018
Reply by Mark Fogleman

"Well, now there's two of us!"

Jeffrey L. Suits replied Nov 1, 2017 to Vertical Sliding Dovetail / Locking Dado Neck Reset - How to keep joint and change angle?

8 Nov 1, 2017
Reply by Jeffrey L. Suits

"I'd like to see barbless tangs with holes in them, specifically for glue-in fretting."

Jeffrey L. Suits replied Oct 5, 2017 to Barbless tang?

11 Oct 11, 2017
Reply by Roger Häggström

"I agree; my, "archaic/obsolete", reference, was to slipping the block. "

Jeffrey L. Suits replied Jan 4, 2015 to Slip the block

31 Jun 11, 2016
Reply by Joe Stodddard

"I'm firmly in the archaic/obsolete camp on this. (I'm a notorious neck sawer-offer,…"

Jeffrey L. Suits replied Jan 1, 2015 to Slip the block

31 Jun 11, 2016
Reply by Joe Stodddard

"Recently, I dremeled teeth into some feeler gauges, a la the unlamented, "Norman's N…"

Jeffrey L. Suits replied Jul 18, 2013 to Dremel Routing Fret Slots

41 Nov 16
Reply by Frank SIlano

"Don Teeter has a semi-chapter on this very subject, I can't give volume or pg #s as…"

Jeffrey L. Suits replied Jul 18, 2013 to Need help with 1970s Vega dread neck reset

16 Jan 18, 2014
Reply by Todd Rose

"Better monitors.  Seriously! "

Jeffrey L. Suits replied May 15, 2013 to String Breakage

12 May 19, 2013
Reply by Cole Clark Guitars

"Not a good idea.  Hardware store liquid hide glue is highly suspect. "

Jeffrey L. Suits replied Mar 27, 2013 to 1967 d-12-35 restore project

18 Apr 1, 2013
Reply by Paul Hostetter

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