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Re: Neck bowed (curved)


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Posted by Bob Gollihur (68.46.141.176) on August 09, 2002 at 18:36:57:

In Reply to: Neck bowed (curved) posted by Groovski on August 08, 2002 at 09:20:08:

: I have a low line Paltino Upright that has a slight bow up in the last 4-5 inches of the neck. My D string has a buzz in spots and a thud in spots.Is there anything I can do to repair it at a low cost?

Depending on the type of bow, it may be possible to remove the fingerboard, apply heat and moisture to the neck along with a metal straightedge clamped to it, and reinstall the fingerboard. A cheaper method, provided the fingerboard has enough meat on it, would be to plane the fingerboard to compensate for the curve.




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