I'll agree with the theory part. Sounds pretty voodoo-esque to me. Sometimes I think that if enough people said that taking a dump right on your guitar would help their tone, there are others gullible enough to start dropping trou. :tongue:dwagar said:The angle should be roughly equivalent to the angle across the nut, in theory anyway.
Actually I tried this the other day on my Love Rock and I like feel it gives the guitar, the strings are more "slinky", you can really get your vibrato grove on.nine said:why in the world do some people put the strings over top the tailpiece on Les Pauls?
I agree on the feel it gives and personally I think it improves the sustain too. I've always done it with my guitars that have that type of bridge setup. An old fella showed it to me when I got my first electric. I've noticed lots of players stringing this way over the years.JSD's Guitar Shack said:Actually I tried this the other day on my Love Rock and I like feel it gives the guitar, the strings are more "slinky", you can really get your vibrato grove on.
I've often wondered about removing the truss rod sleeve. I don't know if I would change the fretboard.dwagar said:I'm actually more interested in the truss rod and brazilian board change than the relicing.
I figure one of these days I'll walk in from the cold and get my own checking.