The neck is a traditional Strat neck made of maple with a rosewood fretboard on it. The body comes has weathered “Custom” and “SRV”.
Preferably, remove the neck (after de-rigging). In this way it is, you have a better avoid damaging the finish on the neck and classic strategy games were body.All as your SRV, and many of these Older with impaired neck and scratchplate because of truss-rod “lazy” adjustment.Thanks for all the advice so far, in this time of writing, I removed the neck and turned the truss rod about a quarter in the anti-clockwise tension.I’ll leave loosen the neck for a day or two to adjust and see how it shows up after quarter turn counterclockwise.
Slight problem with this approach .. To adjust the truss rod neck properly should have strings stretched neck pitch.The standard little wing srv guitar tabs is very flat with almost no bow in it and I find the strings buzz alot both the end of the bridge saddle and the neck – I tried to change the size of strings to 11-49 and slightly increased the action but so far it has not helped the buzz, but the tone has improved other and so it is! any trial and error.nice work and every little scratch that Stevie was on the original SRV Tribute Guitar.
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