#1
he guys i am making a guitar from a blank guitar body, how will i get it to stay in tune and have a nice low action

thanks
#2
You'll need to be abit more specific about you're question.

You're building a guitar and you want it to have low action and stay in tune?

What hardware, neck thru, bolt on, set neck, angled headstock??
Black Knight CF-60F Semi-Acoustic.

Black Knight CP200 (Red flamed maple).

Neck-thru 4 string bass.

Acoustic 6 string.
#4
Ok so what you will want to work out is the neck angle (should be under 3degrees), this depends on the hieght of the bridge your using.

For the angled headstock you should make it roughtly 11 to 14 degrees (13 is most common) if your going to angle the headstock by cutting the end and angling it. If it's a one piece (whole neck is made from one piece of wood) it should be about 10 degrees.

You'll need to take into account nut height, bridge height, neck angle, fret height in order to allow your guitar to have the best intonation possible.

To make it stay in tune, you could purchase a graphite or roller nut with locking tuners.
Black Knight CF-60F Semi-Acoustic.

Black Knight CP200 (Red flamed maple).

Neck-thru 4 string bass.

Acoustic 6 string.