#1
i got one of the new charvel san dimas that came out a few months ago. i like it but i cant get to the higher frets on the top strings. is there anyway i can take a bit of wood out of the heel so i can reach the high frets? thanks in advance.
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#2
you mean like a warmoth contoured heel? that requires a power sander, and a new set of screws.
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#4
No thats pretty much the way warmoth does it sand a bevel into the heal. Just dont make the heel to thin. Some of the screws have to be shortened so they dont go thru the fretboard. I just grind em down so they are shorter.