Bjorn.LaSanche Posted September 9, 2021 Report Share Posted September 9, 2021 Due to a measurement inaccuracy on my part, I’m going to have to recess the bridge into the face of the body. I am worried about height adjustment if the thumb wheels wind up being lower than the body face. I was thinking about notching the wheel edges if they do have to be lower than the body face. I would notch the wheels so I could use a snap ring plier to turn the wheels. Does anyone have a different solution? If I have to route that much I’m wanting to keep the routing as tight as possible. So I’m not going to route area to stuff my fingers to move the height wheels. At that point it’s easier to reset the neck. Which might be the best course of action. I’ve already painted the guitar but the lacquer is t that expensive to be cost prohibitive. It’s just something I’m not confident in doing without destroying the neck and body. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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