#1
Hi all, I got a RRV body a while back with no neck. I just got a Dinky reverse headstock neck for it, and it doesn't appear to be level to the body when bolted on. See the pics, it appears the neck is on an angle, let me know if this is normal or if I need to do something to make it sit more flush. Thanks! just doesn't look right to me.

#2
Guitars that use a TOM style bridge require the neck to be angled to achieve the correct height. As long as you can get the correct string height by adjusting the bridge you're good to go. If you can't, you can shim the neck.
#3
Great thanks, wasn't sure. the neck that came with it was broke so I really didn't have anything to go by.
#4
Quote by stormin1155
Guitars that use a TOM style bridge require the neck to be angled to achieve the correct height. As long as you can get the correct string height by adjusting the bridge you're good to go. If you can't, you can shim the neck.



Couldn't see it had a TOM in the pics but another clue was the PU Rings being beveled.
Moving on.....