masterpuppets Posted January 19, 2006 Report Share Posted January 19, 2006 Hello everyone,I have a question,once again haha! What difference would a neck angle make on a bolt-on guitar,besides accomidating for a tuneomatic bridge,or non-recessed Floyd? It seems people refer to a neck/headstock angle as having more sustain,BUT I really believe it is becuase most guitars with this design are set neck,with a tuno bridge,and that THOSE two factors increase the sustain primarily.With a tremolo on it(besides a flat-mount Kahler,which I personally use),so much wood is removed that the sustain would be lost anyway,regardless,I feel. SO......what does the neck angle REALLY do,besides how the neck is connected,to the vibration of the string? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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