#1
Not building anything, but it's something I started wondering about.
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#2
Uhh well it's kinda between the neck and the fretboard. There's a channel routed in the neck which holds it. I'm sure that if you go over to the Gear Building and Customizing section you'll find a build that shows that.

EDIT://

Hur durr.

I just realised that this IS in the GB&C section.
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Last edited by boxie at Dec 6, 2009,
#3
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Uhh well it's kinda between the neck and the fretboard. There's a channel routed in the neck which holds it. I'm sure that if you go over to the Gear Building and Customizing section you'll find a build that shows that.


Ahh, so it's fitted into the neck, just not inside it?
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#4
Uhh... Hmm. Hard to explain. It's fitted loosely in there, so it's not actually glued to the fretboard or the neck channel.

Here's a photo of jenrg's build.



You can see there just the neck without the fretboard glued on top.
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#5
Cool, interesting. Thanks.
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#6
I guess you could say fender truss rods are 'in the neck' as they have no seperate fretboard.




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