So I put a Lo-Pro-Edge on a heavily modded RG-7420 and thought it would be an improvement. Overall it was, particularly for the string profile to fret board compatibility but it cannot stay in tune after doing both dives (both forward and back). Most of these problems have to do with the nut...
I have this Warmoth neck with a stripped truss rod and I have digged out the wood and drilled to make a little grip but NOTHING WORKS.
What the hell am I supposed to do anymore? I can't get the truss rod to turn.
I may have some super glue dipped that have made the truss rod stuck, but I'm...
I had a stripped trussrod not on a Warmoth neck and somebody on the internet said "just hammer a screwdriver, that will work"... So I did, and now the neck is crooked! :roll2:
Never listen to strangers on the internet.
What to do?!
I have also tried superglue+stick, and epoxy+screwdriver, and...
I was retuning my 570 because the trem was setting low. Upon doing this I also thought I'd check the intonation. So I ended up stripping the low e and now I can't move it. Obvious is that I'm going to need a new screw, but how am I going to get the old one out now?
So, I had purchased a used RGT42DXFM, and just put in a set of Pegasus/Sentient pickups (holy fuck the amount of solder i had to take off), forgetting to block off the bridge. I went to readjust the back spring screws, and found out one of them is stripped.
Now, I figure I just go and buy two...
So I found a stupid good deal on an axe but the trussrod nut is stripped. Stewmac sells a tool specifically for this for $10 and I was curious if anyone has any experience on if it works as it's supposed to.
STEWMAC.COM : Issue 83, Bad news: a stripped truss rod nut. Good news: an easy solution.
Let the thrill of owning a drill go to my head and decided there is no reason why I should do anything by hand anymore. Got a little overzealous and stripped a screw.
Please tell me I need more power tools to fix the problem created by owning power tools.
I started that practically this time last year, he took it away for a while once I got down to the wood, but when we realised that we still hadn't got through the sealant he gave it to his father to take it to work, and use a belt-sander on it.
Anyway, he never got round to it, and it just sat...