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I own a Schecter Stiletto Custom 5. I was wondering if it would be crazy to sand the finish off the back of the neck. i played a Custom 4 at my local music store that didnt have a finish on the neck and it played alot better. Is this a dumb idea and would it mess anything up?
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Quote by salemboicot
i suppose it gets rid of the sticky feel of the coat of whatever they use to finish it. Maybe put a little lem oil on the back of the neck to make it slide???? i don't know.


yeah thats wast my dad said to do, but i dont want it slick i want it smooth.
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Quote by Deliriumbassist
I personally think you'd be silly if you haven't done anything like this before- if you mess up the sanding, you could end up losing a LOT of wood off the neck, or completely changing the neck profile.


on my other cheap bass i sanded all the paint off of it, so if your saying "can i sand stuff" then yes, i can. Is that what your saying?


Edit: and my brother sanded the back of his neck on his strat and it plays alot better now
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