#1
Alright, well I looked at the customizing thread at the top, but I'm not sure how to get the right angle for the neck pocket, still.

is it sin^-1[(bridge height - (fret height + fretboard height))\distance from bridge to last fret]

or do I subtract the fret height from the fretboard height. I just want to be sure.

Thanks!
#2
Um, I do flat angle for the neck pocket. It works fine for me, plus it's hella easy to rout.
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#3
Alright... well I'm just hoping that it will work well then. What if the bridge isn't high enough to match the height of the neck?
#4
That actually happened to me on my first guitar. No biggie, I just put it on a wooden riser. I actually find it helpful, because it means the strings are high off of the body, like on a Les Paul.
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#5
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That actually happened to me on my first guitar. No biggie, I just put it on a wooden riser. I actually find it helpful, because it means the strings are high off of the body, like on a Les Paul.

Yeah, that's the problem. I don't want to have to put in a wooden riser. If they're high off the body, then yeah, good, but I don't want to have to go back and fix it again.
#7
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Whether you need an angle or not depends on your design. If your using a fender spec bridge, neck, neck pocket, you need no angle.

Forgot to mention that, I used Fender parts so I was able to do that. If you have a Gibby style bridge you have to angle the neck.
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Didn't Kerry King use MGs at some point?

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