#1
I have a Samick AV1 and the spacing on my low-E string is greater than on my high-E string, meaning the neck is twisted a bit. I want to sell this guitar, and a beginner wont notice this, but I don't like selling products with a known issue. Had the trus rod adjusted, didn't fix it. Any other tips?
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#3
I think what he's saying is he has too much of a conscience to do that.
OT: I think the only way to fixed warped necks is to get a completely new one :\
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#5
Your string heights my just be off. Get a complete set-up, and if that doesn't work you'll probably have to get a new neck to sell it.
#6
yeah, once a neck is warped, you really can't un-warp it. You just need to replace it before you sell it.
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#7
if its not major

then just sell it is it playable? if so sell it

if this is like a ten yearold kid who's gonna end up playing it just sell it it will end up never being played and sitting against the wall
#10
keep letting it twist, the sell it to Torzal ad a guitar twist design.

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#11
Unless you have a dual-truss rod neck, there's really no practical way to fix a twisted neck. If you sell a guitar with a twisted neck to an unsuspecting seller without telling them it's twisted, you're a bastard.

By the way, have you visually confirmed the twist by looking down the neck? Bass strings are supposed to be higher off the fretboard than treble strings.
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Last edited by Dirk Gently at Nov 30, 2007,