You can do it but i think it would be cool to mod it like a JEM non AANJ check out www.projectguitar.com for ideas/tutorials
Yup...and that's exactly why I resurfaced the defacing crime of the century.......neck plate on the body anyone:lol: :lol:whatshisname said:Oh, why did you have to remind us of that VSK?
At least it goes out as a reminder to people, that if you don't know exactly what you're doing, then DON'T FREAKING DO IT! :lol:
I think I missed it. Who is the guy, and what did he do?JJEMMER777 said:Just don't so what that idiot did to his VSK
But all the Jems have an all access neck joint... what do you mean?Steve_Vai_777 said:You can do it but i think it would be cool to mod it like a JEM non AANJ check out www.projectguitar.com for ideas/tutorials
Well how do you get a neck that came off of a guitar with a aanj to fit a different guitar body that fits a standard square heel?AMD1014 said:I dont get why people are doing this, i personally find the regular heel much more comfortable then the aanj, since ive been playing strats and old rg's for a while now, i find it right for me. If you want an aanj buy an rg thats out right now, like they have very nice rg's that are even neck thru wich are very affordable. Id rather buy a new guitar than messing one up. Its just too risky.
no they dont. only the ones since 1993 do. all the ones before that had a slightly modified standard block heel.Tysnet said:But all the Jems have an all access neck joint... what do you mean?
Why would it be dumb... I would have a newer better neck on an older original guitar body for better speed and quality!slugman said:BTW, it'd be dumb to take an AANJ neck and try to fit it to an old style body-- you can sell the AANJ on the evil auction site for a good bit more than an old style neck. I've got two old style necks sitting under my bed for projects because, well, they're cheap and I like the older profile more anyway.