Yeah, you're basically having to pay for the amount of wood they had to waste to cut that out of one piece :lol:price isnt horrible either.
Warmoth Pro necks have a truss rod that adjusts at the treble side of the neck heel, inside the cutaway. It's awesome.Elysian said:Yeah, you're basically having to pay for the amount of wood they had to waste to cut that out of one piece :lol:price isnt horrible either.
I've seen Gaboon ebony blanks at my wood supplier big enough to make a neck from... They were almost $400
edit: No truss rod?
I don't want to offend anyone but I think that I should let you all know how the sideadjust is intended to work. First the sideadjust was designed and intended to make minor adjustments to the truss rod to account for seasonal shifts in the neck and minor set up adjustments. The sideadjust was not made to aggressively move the neck (think of it as a fine tuning device). The nut in the heel of the neck is what should be used for initial setup and any major adjustment that may need to be made to the neck
:agreed: Same here. I have a few friends who work/worked there, so I've had the priviledge to check the place & it's products first hand. You get your money's worth.and for the record, i'd completely stand by warmoth products. they have been nothing less than top notch in my experiences