Tag - guitar neck reinforcement

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Fixed Neck Reinforcement – Installation
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Fixed Neck Reinforcement
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Laminated Neck Classical Guitar
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Laminated Neck & Headstock

Fixed Neck Reinforcement – Installation

If you want the greatest strength with a fixed reinforcement method in your acoustic guitar neck and don’t want the hassle of the adjustable truss rod, follow these useful steps to install a high strength to weight ratio T6 Structural Aluminum bar in your guitar neck. We give you all the details you will need to make a perfect installation and a long lasting, trouble-free guitar neck.

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Fixed Neck Reinforcement

Placement of a fixed reinforcement bar in a guitar neck can have many rewarding qualities, but in doing so you need to take certain precautions to give you the strongest possible installation to resist the constant tension that is placed on the neck by the guitar strings. We will guide you through these steps and give you the pros and cons of installing a fixed reinforcement bar in your acoustic guitar neck.

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Laminated Neck Classical Guitar

  This type of neck construction is primarily utilized for the higher end classical guitars. It is a useful method for acoustic guitars too, but not as prevalent as the Laminated Neck and Headstock Method. The purpose of a laminated neck without the headstock is strictly for structural reasons – and for some of the[…]

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Laminated Neck & Headstock

If you are going to utilize the Laminated Neck design for your Acoustic Guitar, Classical Guitar or Ukulele, (and I recommend that you do). The Purpose of This Method: The reason that a laminated neck is used in explained in detail in or article Neck Wood Selection. This construction give you superior structural resistance against[…]

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