Snow Miser

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Looking Pretty dam good!
Can’t wait to see it really pop with the poly over it!
Awesome creativity Spud
 

bruzanhd

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Oh man it looks great. I’ll bet you can’t wait to play that one by the fire place when it gets cold out.
 

Spud

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I have been playing it and this Warmoth neck is fantastic! I went for a Maple boatneck modern (instead of vintage modern) with 6100's and they really did a great job. I always string em up and play them adjust the truss rod, and let em settle. Then if the action isn't where I want it after a month or so I may get out the files , rocker, etc. I bet this one won't need it.
 

TBurst Std

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Love boatnecks, I have one in Canary on my W strat. I do find it harder to transition from to conventional store bought guitars (which are closer to slim thin). I found using the 59 works better to be able to transition.

I’d still like to try a fatback.
 

Spud

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I have two former Fatbacks that I sanded close to a boatneck as the fatback was great for single notes, but I found some stuff was too reachy for me. 43mm nuts. I sanded them to .88 at the first fret according to my calipers.
 
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