Liam M Posted September 29, 2007 Report Share Posted September 29, 2007 Hi guys, I'm making some major progress, and I've profiled the neck of my guitar, its just about ready for a fretboard and a few finishing touches! Anyway, as far as the nut goes, I'm slightly puzzled, and need a bit of expert advice. My guitar uses a Floyd Rose bridge, and as such a locking nut. You'll notice on allot of locking systems, the nut is kept in place by two bolts that go the entire way through the neck (Ibanez RG's are a good example). On other necks, I've see people use two small screws instead, rather that drill through the entire neck. My question is this: Is there any advantage to using the bolt through method, over a few small screws? Thanks for any help, Liam. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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