#2
i'd do it by feel. but thats just me.
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#3
I've never owned a jem or an rg, practically never an ibanez.
I'm planning on buying a neck for it, but money is short at the moment.
So, I basically just want a template for an AANJ jem.
#4
just carve the neck heel to your hand really, it'd be perfect for your hand and that's what matters
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#5
^ this.

fitting the standard AANJ exactly is not whats important, just make it as comfortable as you can
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#6
sounds good, I'll probably do this.
But, will an Ibanez wizard fit on it? that is one of the main reasons I needed one.
#7
just make sure the holes line up, and you dont screw the screws through the neck, you should be fine.
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#8
^lol, my friend's dad had a horror story about how he was trying to make his kramer's fret access and feel better, so he made the heel thinner, he forgot that the screws were longer and screwed them straight through the fretboard
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