Rusty the Scoob wrote:The method T14-1009 describes worked for me - get a long straight-edge like a good yardstick, set your bridge in it's location, and put the straight-edge on it from nut to bridge as if it were a string. Check the space between the straight-edge and frets as if you were checking the action on a completed guitar.
I bet Soulmate built it at exactly the right angle as long as you told them what type of bridge you plan to use. Even if not, I'd change the bridge height or even the bridge type before I cut off that neck-through portion.
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