stringkilla Posted November 30, 2008 Report Share Posted November 30, 2008 (edited) I was doing some drawings the other day and started to analyze, the details of a guitar nut. I started with the idea of keeping the center of each string slot and the center of each string on the same plane of reference. The required low action setting of .062" from fret one. It seems to measure out to a twisted neck design since following string gage diameters seems to set an angle from string number, 6 to 1. This being the case, and all the nuts I see on just about every guitar are the same depth uniformly across the fret board, setting each string height at a different center, how does this impact tuning and intonation?. I don't rightly know if I should be concerned about this , or , if I should just carry on and design a revolutionary new area of guitar theory. Any comments? Edited November 30, 2008 by stringkilla Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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