This book is comprised of reprints of the qGuitar Questionsq columns that ran in Guitar magazine for over a decade. Written by luthier Barry Lipman, it offers clear, precise and simple explanations on how to make minor repairs and adjustments to your instrument. The column was aimed at players who were neither guitar builders nor repairmen. Sample questions addressed include: What are the advantages of big frets? * What is the best way to care for the fretboard? * What is meant by qintonationq and what is involved in adjusting it? * What does a truss rod do and how does it work? * How tight should the bridge pins be on a steel-string acoustic? Find the answers to these and many more relevant inquiries in Guitar Questions. 6 inch. x 9 inch.If one is too loud or another too soft, you should adjust the heights of the pole pieces to even them out. ... In addition to the normal start and finish wires found on most single-coil pickups, tapped pickups have a third wirea the tap wirea thatanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Hal Leonard Corporation - 2002|