#1
stoopid q but can u sand a guitar neck to make it dead straight like zakk wylde's sign?

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Last edited by gnr2206 at Feb 11, 2009,
#7
sorry for being vague

i mean like sand it to make it straight like the zakk wylde signature epiphone

the neck on mine is curved a lil

EDIT: not mutated like lol its gently curved
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Last edited by gnr2206 at Feb 11, 2009,
#9
no a natural curve in the neck
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#10
help!
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#12
Yeah WTH? Do you mean sanding down frets or sanding down the back of the neck??..
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#13
ok ok lol


cover the fret wire and sand the frets to make it flat with no curve like the zakk wylde epi


possible??
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#14
Ah kind of half way towards scalloping I'd say it was possible, but I don't know what it would do to the inlays? Anyone?
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#15
now your getting it! lol

just stop before it curves inwards

i dont care about the inlays
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Last edited by gnr2206 at Feb 11, 2009,
#17
why? lol
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#19
oh right
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#20
How can you not follow? he wants to smooth down his frets but not go as far as to scallop them... Although, i've never seen frets that curve outwards O.O...are you able to provide picatures so we can see ?
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#21
He essentially wants to remove the fretboard radius but keep the frets radiused.
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#22
Quote by deftonesordie
He essentially wants to remove the fretboard radius but keep the frets radiused.



YES!
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#24
Quote by edgespear
How can you not follow? he wants to smooth down his frets but not go as far as to scallop them... Although, i've never seen frets that curve outwards O.O...are you able to provide picatures so we can see ?


Hell, you can't even follow. You don't scallop frets. You scallop the fretboard.

What does "smooth out" even mean? All my guitars have smooth fretboards.
#27
yeah, it's sure possible. but I think you want your frets wire to be just as flat? if so, you should take them off too and refret it.
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#28
I'd suggest leaving the frets radiused, as they'll match the curvature of the TOM bridge and the nut.
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#29
Good thing deftonesordie was around. I couldn't understand a thing that idiot was saying.
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#32
i know how incredible vague im being (lol) but this is for any one who played the zakk wylde epi and can mod guitars. i want to knw the best way to take the natural radius curved off my guitar and make it slik like the epi like straight!

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#34
Wtf are you talking about I'm confused the fingerboard on the zakk wylde les paul is 12" not flat?
#35
This is retarded.

You can sand down the neck inbetween the frets but why would you want to?
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#37
wtf, are you zakk wylde or something? Does every single little thing have to be exact the same as zakks guitar? Does it matter so much... no wonder that guy called you an idiot, i actually think he was being too soft...
#38
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wtf, are you zakk wylde or something? Does every single little thing have to be exact the same as zakks guitar? Does it matter so much... no wonder that guy called you an idiot, i actually think he was being too soft...



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#39
Quote by 420 FREAK
Wtf are you talking about I'm confused the fingerboard on the zakk wylde les paul is 12" not flat?

+1
I thought he used the same radius as most gibsons- 12". Thats pretty flat IMO. His signature model will probably have the same radius as most les pauls
#40
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