There is no difference in what we are saying, there is only desire not to understand. Do you really think the term “getting under the string” is...
What you described is what we all call “getting under the string”
so...we’re all saying the same thing
If you push into your bends you’ll correct that issue you’re describing “well flat”. Feel your bends and be fluid.
if you examine closely what...
Yes but the way your finger starts out on the string is different. With higher action you can get “under” the string before it hits the fret and...
Something you’re wearing
Practice/trial on scrap 1st is always smart
I recently did a repair to the top of a vintage Gretsch 6120. To match the paint for touch up I took...
You’re welcome! I’ve done finish and woodwork often. You’ve done an excellent super pro job so far. I can only think the finish will be equally...
I like it!
I would suggest you search for an SG that has good balance between body and neck
Us old guys used strips of popsicle stick to adjust P-90 height. It retains that all too important hard connection with the wood that adds girth...
love it! Nice tight sharp edges. Truly stunning
Thanks for sharing
Guitar looks fine
the “issues” noticed around inlay are simply the finish cracking at edges of the inlays. Not uncommon
Well there ya go! Nice guitar!!
Agree! Neither crisp nor sharp there either. Seems a few are slipping but with a heavy sanding
There is a similar issue in local shop on a top...
Those edges really do look rounded out, not crisp at all. Both my 2019 ‘64 SG and 2019 ‘63 SG Custom have crisp/sharp edges. Very much the same as...
All advice on this thread so far is 100% spot on
Mostly insignificant. Only the neck shape is anything a player would notice. Having said that it is a...
Such a fine model reissue those ‘64’s
congrats and welcome to the club!!
Separate names with a comma.