Canadian f3000 re-incarnation

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9am53
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Canadian f3000 re-incarnation

Post by 9am53 » Sat May 12, 2018 9:38 am

In retrospect I didn’t need to do that with the 12th fret at all...who looks at the fretboard to see what fret they’re on?? I should have just left it alone. I put the bigger sized side markers so it’s easy to see everything from the top.
It may not be long, but it sure is skinny!

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Canadian f3000 re-incarnation

Post by KickstartMyHeart » Sat May 12, 2018 10:57 am

:headbang
Practice cures most tone issues.

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Canadian f3000 re-incarnation

Post by 9am53 » Tue May 29, 2018 2:36 pm

So, something happened that I didnt anticipate. I looked it up and its apparently common with new fretboards...fret sprout. Never heard of it, but I got it lol. My fretboard has apparently shrunk since I put the frets on, and now the fret ends are sticking out a bit. when this set of strings is no good I'll be popping the neck off and re-dressing the ends and fixing the couple of buzzing frets I have found.

anywyas, project is a success and I'm totally happy with it.
It may not be long, but it sure is skinny!

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