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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by CigBurn, Aug 1, 2020.
Skunk stripes makes the guitar sound brighter and adds more of a bite on the bridge pickup
Never really considered whether the skunk stripe effects tone, it's not something you can do a/b/a testing on the same neck.
Seems awkward to use a stripe if it's a glued on fretboard, just another glue join and unnecessary work. Just one more thing that you can screw up, is how I see that. On a one piece neck, the truss rod has to go in somehow.
my grandma had a loyal labrador who would get in between any animal and my grandma, even mondo sized black bear.
every animal tapped out and left except for the skunk who won every time.
I don’t really have a preference on the visual aspect - as long as it plays/sounds good, the look of it doesn’t matter too much
Maple w skunk stripe!!
Gotta have a round string tree too!!
Rosewood- NO STRIPE!!!
No aesthetic preference, but I like the idea of an extra strip of a different type of wood as an added protection against warping/twisting. That benefit may be a placebo, I don't know.
Easier to glue on a board then send all the necks through the same machine to cut the slot, rather than have two. Save costs,make more profit.