Pott Posted August 26, 2005 Report Share Posted August 26, 2005 Basically I could do my project using Carvin's neck (neck thru already slotted, fretted, radiused, etc...) OR I could contact luthier supply UK and get all 4 pieces I need, i.e the neck, 2 wings and ebony fingerboard. I'd then assemble the neck and fingerboard together, slot the fingerboard for 31 frets (slanted, like the ESP Kiko Loureiko... however you spell his name. And no I don't need this, but I think it looks real good especially with a slanted single coil I'll put in the neck position). That'd mean WAY more work (not too much a bad thing) and also what I dread the most, the carving of the neck's backshape... I really want to do a lot, but not go too far. I'm unskilled yet. The problem with the Carvin neck thru is that it's expensive, doesn't have the specs I want, and may not match any non thicknessed body wings I get. Do you have any solutions or advise? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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