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NECK STRAIGHTENING 

Guitar necks, especially on older guitars, can sometimes form a warp or twist from years of string tension while being stored in hot attics, closets or anywhere it gets hot enough to soften the glue under the fretboard. Here is a lower cost alternative to save those hand me downs and family treasures...

Neck Jig Mounting

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I can mount almost any guitar in the neck jig to straighten warps or twists from years of heat and tension. After setting up the jig, I use a fretboard heat blanket to soften the glue under the fretboard...

Neck Brace Centering

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Centering under the lowest point of a warp with a threaded neck brace, I can level the neck to its original position with the truss rod loosened. After heating the fretboard with the heat blanket, when the glue hardens, the neck remains straight...

Multiple Bracing Points

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I can raise or lower up to three points under the neck for difficult to manage warps. This helps even out the tension on the neck for better support...

Bolt On Necks

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As you can see, bolt on necks are a little easier to mount and straighten...