#1
So I have a Eastwood reissue of the Ultra GP. I sounds nice, but the neck could be a lot better in terms of feel (which seems to be easy enough to fix myself), and then there's the neck heel.

I was hoping someone could point me in the right direction as far as DIY, or maybe even how to find luthiers, because I'd like to get the neck heel back to Ovation's original specs. This is my goal:



Where should I start?
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#3
No it's definitely a set neck. The heel on my guitar begins tapering into the body about a inch and a half higher up the neck than the original GPs. I don't really care if I can't get it the same, but I would like to reduce the heel on my guitar. It aggravates me that I have to go through a lot of extra effort to play articulately past the 15th fret.
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#4
get a small hand plane and take off small amounts till your happy. then sand it down and re-finish it.
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#5
Sell it and get one that you like... No sense in possibly destroying an instrument that has a feature that you don't like.

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