|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|04-03-2004 03:16 PM|
|Rich||It's not "wrong", but I'm sure more than a few would ask, why?|
|04-03-2004 03:12 PM|
|chemicalmagical||hmmm.... actually I meant that I adjusted the height of the studs so that the treble side is higher. is that wrong?|
|03-31-2004 01:41 AM|
|Rich||You'd have to figure out why first. If there was nothing "wrong" like a knife edge in a thread and not seated or a slipped neck shim that's now seated trebble side, it's really not a "problem", just odd and atypical|
|03-31-2004 01:11 AM|
|Fry||What could you possibly do to fix it?|
|03-29-2004 11:45 PM|
|Rich||That's odd, wouldn't say impossible, but I'd be looking at everything trying to figure out why the treble side is higher|
|03-29-2004 11:41 PM|
thank you so much rich!!
your advice sure eased my worries! and actually, the treble side is higher than the bass side. hahaha...
|03-29-2004 11:00 PM|
|Rich||Yes, it's OK to have some angle across the studs. Not that I'd want the bass side action at 8mm and the treble at 1mm, that much angle I wouldn't recomend|
|03-29-2004 10:15 PM|
JS edge bridge setup
I need some help regarding the setup of a edge bridge. I just need to know if it is okay for one side (the bass side) to be lower than the other in terms of height. I have heard that it is not advisable for one side to be lower on an edge/lo-pro edge bridge. right now I have different heights for each side on my edge bridge (in a JS1000)
any info would be greatly appreciated! thanks so much!