Ok, playing with the setup of my UV last night, I was reminded that it seems the profile of the OFR is ever so slightly flatter than that of my UV's fretboard - if I set the action up based on the low and high strings, then my D string and G strings buzz. Logical solution - shim them up a bit, to get the radiuses in line.
So, anyone done this before? What do you use for a shim material? I'm thinking a soda/beer can cut to size (probably PBR, in honor of Donnie and Shannon) is probably the way to go, but has anyone done this before?
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I've just used the brass Floyd made saddle shims.
I can see if I can dig some up if you want