john Posted January 25, 2004 Report Share Posted January 25, 2004 hi all, ive read brian tutorial on it, but i would like to know if there a non-invasive way of doing it. the neck in question is curly maple flatsawn squier strat(1999). Ive grown very used to this neck and would hate to lose it so i would if posssible like to repair it. when you look (from the headstock end) down along the neck you can see that the headstock is not level with the line of the body(around 3-4 degrees of twist i think) now, it doesnt seem to affect playability,but its just one of those things that bugs me! if i did the sanding method, sure the head stock would still be at an angle relative to the body? and the heel would be at an angle too would it not? any help appreciated,thanks john. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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