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Before commencing with this tutorial, you need to ensure that you are confident in the basic setup and adjustment of your jointer. Each step should be read through thoroughly and the reasoning behind them understood before considering powering up your jointer. Jointers excel at producing straight planes on wood. To produce cuts at specific angles requires that a workpiece is presented to the cutters at the correct angle whilst simultaneously maintaining stability on the infeed and outfeed tables. Temporarily adding material to one end of the board as a prop presents a problem - as soon as the
Contoured neck heel as on Music Man Silhouette, sans the plate (and the fifth bolt). Micro tilt as in fender micro tilt, four bolts version. I'm thinking about issues that could arise with combination of the two. Will the non perpendicular placement of the two front bolts completely mess up the fretboard - strings geometry? Any thoughts?
Before adjusting anything make sure your guitar is strung up correctly and that your neck has the correct amount of relief and is not excessively bowed or warped. If your neck is bowed you first need to adjust the truss rod and check that the nut is good. If your neck is warped it will require a more extensive repair. Also check that the angle of the tremolo unit is correctly set and not floating at an angle. This would require setting up prior to any work on the rest of the instrument. In general it is recommended that all other avenues of instrument setup are checked before resorting to the