#1
ok, i have my V body and my neck, neither of which have been screwed in for there "boltyness". They are both meant to be bolt-on but my question is,

"Is it possible to turn this into a set neck guitar and just glue and clamp it?"
GEAR
- Epi Les Paul Custom (emma)
- Orange Tiny Terror
- 2x12 w/greenbacks
-MXR ZW-44 Overdrivel
- MXR Phase 90
- EB Volume JR.
- Boss DD-3
#3
why a new neck?
GEAR
- Epi Les Paul Custom (emma)
- Orange Tiny Terror
- 2x12 w/greenbacks
-MXR ZW-44 Overdrivel
- MXR Phase 90
- EB Volume JR.
- Boss DD-3
#4
you would have to rout out a space to make a good joint and once you did that te the old neck wouldt fit properly.
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#5
A set neck has no advantages over a well made bolt on neck, so I don't know why you'd bother. Some of the best sustaining guitars have bolt ons. (Go play a Godin LG Hmb and compare to a Gibson Les Paul Classic, the Lg has way more sustain.)

If the bolt on isn't great, then chances are the rest of the guitar isn't either.
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