#1
Hey.
I'm starting a guitar project soon and I'm also building the neck. I'm going for an English lime neck, with a rosewood fretboard. The fretboard is pre slotted from stewmac and it says to use his fretwire so I was wondering. If I want reallyy low string action and a fast neck (are they both the same and can you get both?) should I go for thick and high or medium and medium?
Thanks

This is what I am talking bout getting
http://www.stewmac.com/shop/Fretting_supplies/Stewart-MacDonald_Fretwire/Medium_Fretwire.html
Or
http://www.stewmac.com/shop/Fretting_supplies/Stewart-MacDonald_Fretwire/Wide_Fretwire.html
#2
A fast neck means it is thin and your hand can slide well on it. I personally prefer big frets because you can press lighter and play faster. You can still get really low action with big frets.

edit- my vote is for thick and high
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#3
This thread is reported for close.

You can't start a new thread about a question which you've already asked in another one of your threads.
#5
Yeah, I noticed.

You shouldn't get a warning I would think. It's all part of the learning experience.
Maybe a trip to go read the rules at the top of the GB&C will do you some good