snipes2222 Posted January 29, 2007 Report Share Posted January 29, 2007 Hey all, Well I was working on a new neck the other day and while I was thinning out the headstock my router slipped a touch and now it is way to thin(like 1/2 inch).So I put a piece of 1/4 in. walnut on the front and back of it to beef it up a bit but im still afraid that it will snap if I string it up like this. So I was thinking that I could drill two 1/8 in. holes on either side of the truss rod and put some stainless roundstock or the carbon rods in the holes.The headstock is scarf jointed so drilling at an angle isnt a problem.So anybody with some input would be apprecaited. Thanks, Wes Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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