Sorry for the abrupt question but "why?"
Necks are designed to have more relief on the bass side than the treble side, so the playability and setup would be an issue.guitarslinger213 said:I'm thinking of building up a 5xx or 7xx level RG. I think it might be rather unique to use a lefty neck and have it reversed for right. I know there would be no side markers, but minus the AANJ, would there be any other forseeable problems?
BTW, any ideas on how to approximate side markers??
Could be your necks have the same relief profile on bass and treble. Here's a little blurb from Ibanezrules.com:elcid said:I've done that with 2 strats and never had any issues
My two RGs have a little more relief on the bass side, but maybe that's not generic to all Ibanezes.http://www.ibanezrules.com/new/setup_trem.htm said:If the neck is not producing ample relief it fails. If it is, then the treble side is checked. It should either have the same amount of relief or less and it's actually preferable to have less relief on the treble side as the unwound strings do not need the clearance that the wound strings need to minimize buzz. If it has more relief than the bass side it fails.
Oh, I see.David McCarroll said:It's not really built into the neck - the bass strings have more tension, and will tend to warp the neck slightly to the point where there is a little more relief on the bass side - the ideal situation is actually a neck with string bow only, no warping as this potentially will end up causing problems.