by R_Pegio » Friday 30 October 2009, 12:15 pm, Users browsing this forum: Alytw, Andy Culpepper, Dmitrypey, Gregory, josh.french, Ken Whisler, Mark, SeanWinkler, tkoehler1 and 66 guests, Powered by phpBB® Forum Software © phpBB Limited, Construction and repair of Classical Guitar and related instruments. It doesn't take any brains to listen to music. The following members say thank you to kkmm for this post: DavidKOS ... How to fix a bowed neck on classical guitar or … Questionable old ways to straighten a neck with heat First, a caveat: I do not employ this technique anymore except in certain very rare circumstances. by R_Pegio » Tuesday 20 October 2009, 16:59 pm, Post We are doing this now to help flush out any fret or nut issues that can be taken care of now before we go any further and we can get a string action measurement so we can calculate how much to lower or raise the saddle in the bridge to set the action of the guitar to its optimal height later on in the process. I suppose this thread should be called closed, but I feel I must record how very pleased I am with the outcome. Generally the best solution for a classical guitar with too much neck relief is to remove the frets, plane the fretboard flat, then re-fret. with no pictures its hard to imagine where it needs to be. ↳ How to Participate in the Delcamp Classical Guitar Forum, ↳ Archives of Public Space and its subforums, ↳ Use of nails in playing the classical guitar, ↳ Search for classical guitar sheet music, ↳ Ergonomics and Posture for Classical Guitarists, ↳ Classical guitar recording and amplification, ↳ Historical Background to Classical Guitar pieces, ↳ Archives of past "Classical Guitars for Sale", ↳ Guitar accessories and luthier supplies for sale, ↳ Advice on buying, selling or valuing a guitar. A friend gave me this ukulele as he knows I love repairing instruments. The luthier said that steam (or dry heat) would soften the glue on the finger-board and thus create more problems . Only when there is an even distribution of warmth along the entire neck is it ready to be corrected. I can mount almost any guitar in the neck jig to straighten warps or twists from years of heat and tension. The next Monday I slackened it 3mm beyond sraight and left it for a week, yesterday I slackened it a full turn and it just sprang back to straight so I restrung it with d'Addarios and it seems to be stable at 3,5mm from the 12th. It's not a great way to correct a bad neck. Don’t use steam or water. Much to my wife's irritation I have five classical guitars and the one in question - an Alhambra 3C - is far from being the most expensive. For the ultimate step-by-step guitar system, we highly recommend Gibon’s Learn & Master Guitar … I want to teach myself to play acoustic guitar.What do I need ? Nope, sorry. You may try PM'ing a mod and have it moved there. If there are any cold spots, continue to run the iron over the neck. Old t-shirts. Remember, prevention is better than cure. Neck Jig Mounting Click On Photo Above. Hmm had a quick google for the 4f and most sites are suggesting its a laminted sycamore with a coloured finish. I bought an Alhambra for next to nothing in a boot-sale and found the nck was bowed, so I phoned a luthier in a neighnouring town and he said it was hopeless, but if I was prepared to risk ruining it I could wedge the midlle and g-clamp the nut and body neck ends to a rigid block and it might just work. They also have an idea that it is an adjuster of sorts. On a curved neck, what I do is to check first, the bridge to make sure that none of the plys are unglued. Nope, sorry. For the ultimate step-by-step guitar system, we highly recommend Gibon’s Learn & Master Guitar … iTech Theme by Zack. So does anyone know how far I should force it back? You could try sanding the finish off, then add steam to the area that needs to be bent. If, on the other hand, the warpage is a function of poorly seasoned or defective neck wood, which happens on occasion with some factory guitars, then your guitar is probably not worth paying someone else to fix it, and I cannot diagnose how to fix it on-line. What size and type of acoustic guitar would be perfect? The Best Tool For Learning to Play the Guitar. by R_Pegio » Tuesday 20 October 2009, 13:40 pm, Post Cedar and mahogany bend quite a bit easier. by R_Pegio » Tuesday 13 October 2009, 21:52 pm, Post If you have a full setup done on the guitar it might cost as much as $50 – 75, but a quick rod adjustment should not cost anywhere near that. what are the best practice routines for a guitar player? If you still have problems fixing a twisted guitar neck, you might want to consult a technician near your location to help you out. String winder (optional) 2 bench clamps Clothes iron. Wouldn't this thread be better suited for the "Luthier's" section? by toneslave » Tuesday 13 October 2009, 23:18 pm, Post On Sunday 10 Oct I clamped it to a block of 3 x 2" timber with a step at the 5th fret and screwed the 1st fret clamp back 6mm past straight, leaving the 12th to 6th fret straight. Any useful information on buying a guitar for beginners and playing as well. Where can you get classical guitar tab on the internet? Run the iron over the neck of the guitar slowly and evenly for approximately 10 minutes. Thank you for your kind advice, I shall save it for future reference. Generally the best solution for a classical guitar with too much neck relief is to remove the frets, plane the fretboard flat, then re-fret. not sure about the bindings couldnt find a detailed enough pic of one. The standard method for adjusting a guitar neck is by tightening or loosening the truss rod, which is embedded in the neck and determines the neck… This is a very costly operation probably worth far far more than your $20 guitar is worth. But I intend to straighten the bowed neck to improve my repair skills. by Stephen Eden » Wednesday 14 October 2009, 09:39 am, Post ↳ Classical Guitar Concerts, Competitions and Conventions, ↳ Your messages to the site administrator, ↳ Our recordings of Members' Compositions, ↳ Our recordings of Romantic and Modern music, ↳ Our recordings of Agustín Barrios Mangoré, ↳ Scores for classical guitar - D01, D02, D03, ↳ Scores for classical guitar - D04, D05, D06, ↳ Scores for classical guitar - D07, D08, D09, ↳ Scores for classical guitar - D10, D11, D12, ↳ First tests (Extracts of works in progress). However I'm convinced I have been successful with cold clamping (see upthread). The setup for classical guitars is basically the same as those for steel strings or electrics, but there are a couple of things you have to take into consideration before you tackle the setup. Although the wood is generally hard, dry and stiff it will still bend with string pressure and humidity or lack thereof. The first issue associated with Classical or Flamenco style guitars is that a lot of builders assume that it is unnecessary to build the neck with an adjustable truss rod inside of them.
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