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Neck

In 2010

Category: Neck

Rosewood has a warm, round sound, while maple has a bright a clear sound… at least it is what everybody believes! We think it is more a matter of personal touch and feeling.

Category: Neck
  • Check that your nut is properly adjusted to your strings. If the grooves are too wide, the strings will float and make noise. If you have a Teflon nut, remove it and look below:
    • 1 dot = gauge 9-42 to 9-46
    • 2 dots = gauge 10-52
    • 3 dots = gauge 12-56
  • Check that your zero fret is not notched. If it is notched, it must be changed. You can buy a replacement from a dealer. If you have the Zero Fret S, you only need to change the individual part of the fret under the string that makes noise.
  • Install the String Dampener if your guitar didn’t come with one stock. Also available from dealers, it sticks just behind the nut and dampens noise.
Category: Neck

Yes.
If you have a guitar without tremolo or with the non locking tremolo, make sure to change or adjust your nut for the new strings.
The risk if you do not do it:
Bad tuning stability (if strings are heavier) or noise at the zero fret (if strings are thinner).

For those who have a Vigier with a Teflon nut:
We have 3 type for guitars: 9-46 / 10-52 / 12-56
We have 3 type for basses: 40-95 / 45-100 / 50-105

If you are using a tremolo equipped guitar, you can follow this guide:

http;//youtu.be/j-urIpWsFcs

 

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Neck

In 2010

Category: Neck

Rosewood has a warm, round sound, while maple has a bright a clear sound… at least it is what everybody believes! We think it is more a matter of personal touch and feeling.

Category: Neck
  • Check that your nut is properly adjusted to your strings. If the grooves are too wide, the strings will float and make noise. If you have a Teflon nut, remove it and look below:
    • 1 dot = gauge 9-42 to 9-46
    • 2 dots = gauge 10-52
    • 3 dots = gauge 12-56
  • Check that your zero fret is not notched. If it is notched, it must be changed. You can buy a replacement from a dealer. If you have the Zero Fret S, you only need to change the individual part of the fret under the string that makes noise.
  • Install the String Dampener if your guitar didn’t come with one stock. Also available from dealers, it sticks just behind the nut and dampens noise.
Category: Neck

Yes.
If you have a guitar without tremolo or with the non locking tremolo, make sure to change or adjust your nut for the new strings.
The risk if you do not do it:
Bad tuning stability (if strings are heavier) or noise at the zero fret (if strings are thinner).

For those who have a Vigier with a Teflon nut:
We have 3 type for guitars: 9-46 / 10-52 / 12-56
We have 3 type for basses: 40-95 / 45-100 / 50-105

If you are using a tremolo equipped guitar, you can follow this guide:

http;//youtu.be/j-urIpWsFcs

 

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Neck

In 2010

Category: Neck

Rosewood has a warm, round sound, while maple has a bright a clear sound… at least it is what everybody believes! We think it is more a matter of personal touch and feeling.

Category: Neck
  • Check that your nut is properly adjusted to your strings. If the grooves are too wide, the strings will float and make noise. If you have a Teflon nut, remove it and look below:
    • 1 dot = gauge 9-42 to 9-46
    • 2 dots = gauge 10-52
    • 3 dots = gauge 12-56
  • Check that your zero fret is not notched. If it is notched, it must be changed. You can buy a replacement from a dealer. If you have the Zero Fret S, you only need to change the individual part of the fret under the string that makes noise.
  • Install the String Dampener if your guitar didn’t come with one stock. Also available from dealers, it sticks just behind the nut and dampens noise.
Category: Neck

Yes.
If you have a guitar without tremolo or with the non locking tremolo, make sure to change or adjust your nut for the new strings.
The risk if you do not do it:
Bad tuning stability (if strings are heavier) or noise at the zero fret (if strings are thinner).

For those who have a Vigier with a Teflon nut:
We have 3 type for guitars: 9-46 / 10-52 / 12-56
We have 3 type for basses: 40-95 / 45-100 / 50-105

If you are using a tremolo equipped guitar, you can follow this guide:

http;//youtu.be/j-urIpWsFcs

 

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Neck

In 2010

Category: Neck

Rosewood has a warm, round sound, while maple has a bright a clear sound… at least it is what everybody believes! We think it is more a matter of personal touch and feeling.

Category: Neck
  • Check that your nut is properly adjusted to your strings. If the grooves are too wide, the strings will float and make noise. If you have a Teflon nut, remove it and look below:
    • 1 dot = gauge 9-42 to 9-46
    • 2 dots = gauge 10-52
    • 3 dots = gauge 12-56
  • Check that your zero fret is not notched. If it is notched, it must be changed. You can buy a replacement from a dealer. If you have the Zero Fret S, you only need to change the individual part of the fret under the string that makes noise.
  • Install the String Dampener if your guitar didn’t come with one stock. Also available from dealers, it sticks just behind the nut and dampens noise.
Category: Neck

Yes.
If you have a guitar without tremolo or with the non locking tremolo, make sure to change or adjust your nut for the new strings.
The risk if you do not do it:
Bad tuning stability (if strings are heavier) or noise at the zero fret (if strings are thinner).

For those who have a Vigier with a Teflon nut:
We have 3 type for guitars: 9-46 / 10-52 / 12-56
We have 3 type for basses: 40-95 / 45-100 / 50-105

If you are using a tremolo equipped guitar, you can follow this guide:

http;//youtu.be/j-urIpWsFcs

 

Category: Neck

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Neck

In 2010

Category: Neck

Rosewood has a warm, round sound, while maple has a bright a clear sound… at least it is what everybody believes! We think it is more a matter of personal touch and feeling.

Category: Neck
  • Check that your nut is properly adjusted to your strings. If the grooves are too wide, the strings will float and make noise. If you have a Teflon nut, remove it and look below:
    • 1 dot = gauge 9-42 to 9-46
    • 2 dots = gauge 10-52
    • 3 dots = gauge 12-56
  • Check that your zero fret is not notched. If it is notched, it must be changed. You can buy a replacement from a dealer. If you have the Zero Fret S, you only need to change the individual part of the fret under the string that makes noise.
  • Install the String Dampener if your guitar didn’t come with one stock. Also available from dealers, it sticks just behind the nut and dampens noise.
Category: Neck

Yes.
If you have a guitar without tremolo or with the non locking tremolo, make sure to change or adjust your nut for the new strings.
The risk if you do not do it:
Bad tuning stability (if strings are heavier) or noise at the zero fret (if strings are thinner).

For those who have a Vigier with a Teflon nut:
We have 3 type for guitars: 9-46 / 10-52 / 12-56
We have 3 type for basses: 40-95 / 45-100 / 50-105

If you are using a tremolo equipped guitar, you can follow this guide:

http;//youtu.be/j-urIpWsFcs

 

Category: Neck

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Neck

In 2010

Category: Neck

Rosewood has a warm, round sound, while maple has a bright a clear sound… at least it is what everybody believes! We think it is more a matter of personal touch and feeling.

Category: Neck
  • Check that your nut is properly adjusted to your strings. If the grooves are too wide, the strings will float and make noise. If you have a Teflon nut, remove it and look below:
    • 1 dot = gauge 9-42 to 9-46
    • 2 dots = gauge 10-52
    • 3 dots = gauge 12-56
  • Check that your zero fret is not notched. If it is notched, it must be changed. You can buy a replacement from a dealer. If you have the Zero Fret S, you only need to change the individual part of the fret under the string that makes noise.
  • Install the String Dampener if your guitar didn’t come with one stock. Also available from dealers, it sticks just behind the nut and dampens noise.
Category: Neck

Yes.
If you have a guitar without tremolo or with the non locking tremolo, make sure to change or adjust your nut for the new strings.
The risk if you do not do it:
Bad tuning stability (if strings are heavier) or noise at the zero fret (if strings are thinner).

For those who have a Vigier with a Teflon nut:
We have 3 type for guitars: 9-46 / 10-52 / 12-56
We have 3 type for basses: 40-95 / 45-100 / 50-105

If you are using a tremolo equipped guitar, you can follow this guide:

http;//youtu.be/j-urIpWsFcs

 

Category: Neck

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Neck

In 2010

Category: Neck

Rosewood has a warm, round sound, while maple has a bright a clear sound… at least it is what everybody believes! We think it is more a matter of personal touch and feeling.

Category: Neck
  • Check that your nut is properly adjusted to your strings. If the grooves are too wide, the strings will float and make noise. If you have a Teflon nut, remove it and look below:
    • 1 dot = gauge 9-42 to 9-46
    • 2 dots = gauge 10-52
    • 3 dots = gauge 12-56
  • Check that your zero fret is not notched. If it is notched, it must be changed. You can buy a replacement from a dealer. If you have the Zero Fret S, you only need to change the individual part of the fret under the string that makes noise.
  • Install the String Dampener if your guitar didn’t come with one stock. Also available from dealers, it sticks just behind the nut and dampens noise.
Category: Neck

Yes.
If you have a guitar without tremolo or with the non locking tremolo, make sure to change or adjust your nut for the new strings.
The risk if you do not do it:
Bad tuning stability (if strings are heavier) or noise at the zero fret (if strings are thinner).

For those who have a Vigier with a Teflon nut:
We have 3 type for guitars: 9-46 / 10-52 / 12-56
We have 3 type for basses: 40-95 / 45-100 / 50-105

If you are using a tremolo equipped guitar, you can follow this guide:

http;//youtu.be/j-urIpWsFcs

 

Category: Neck

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Neck

In 2010

Category: Neck

Rosewood has a warm, round sound, while maple has a bright a clear sound… at least it is what everybody believes! We think it is more a matter of personal touch and feeling.

Category: Neck
  • Check that your nut is properly adjusted to your strings. If the grooves are too wide, the strings will float and make noise. If you have a Teflon nut, remove it and look below:
    • 1 dot = gauge 9-42 to 9-46
    • 2 dots = gauge 10-52
    • 3 dots = gauge 12-56
  • Check that your zero fret is not notched. If it is notched, it must be changed. You can buy a replacement from a dealer. If you have the Zero Fret S, you only need to change the individual part of the fret under the string that makes noise.
  • Install the String Dampener if your guitar didn’t come with one stock. Also available from dealers, it sticks just behind the nut and dampens noise.
Category: Neck

Yes.
If you have a guitar without tremolo or with the non locking tremolo, make sure to change or adjust your nut for the new strings.
The risk if you do not do it:
Bad tuning stability (if strings are heavier) or noise at the zero fret (if strings are thinner).

For those who have a Vigier with a Teflon nut:
We have 3 type for guitars: 9-46 / 10-52 / 12-56
We have 3 type for basses: 40-95 / 45-100 / 50-105

If you are using a tremolo equipped guitar, you can follow this guide:

http;//youtu.be/j-urIpWsFcs

 

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Neck

In 2010

Category: Neck

Rosewood has a warm, round sound, while maple has a bright a clear sound… at least it is what everybody believes! We think it is more a matter of personal touch and feeling.

Category: Neck
  • Check that your nut is properly adjusted to your strings. If the grooves are too wide, the strings will float and make noise. If you have a Teflon nut, remove it and look below:
    • 1 dot = gauge 9-42 to 9-46
    • 2 dots = gauge 10-52
    • 3 dots = gauge 12-56
  • Check that your zero fret is not notched. If it is notched, it must be changed. You can buy a replacement from a dealer. If you have the Zero Fret S, you only need to change the individual part of the fret under the string that makes noise.
  • Install the String Dampener if your guitar didn’t come with one stock. Also available from dealers, it sticks just behind the nut and dampens noise.
Category: Neck

Yes.
If you have a guitar without tremolo or with the non locking tremolo, make sure to change or adjust your nut for the new strings.
The risk if you do not do it:
Bad tuning stability (if strings are heavier) or noise at the zero fret (if strings are thinner).

For those who have a Vigier with a Teflon nut:
We have 3 type for guitars: 9-46 / 10-52 / 12-56
We have 3 type for basses: 40-95 / 45-100 / 50-105

If you are using a tremolo equipped guitar, you can follow this guide:

http;//youtu.be/j-urIpWsFcs

 

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Miscellaneous:

Neck

In 2010

Category: Neck

Rosewood has a warm, round sound, while maple has a bright a clear sound… at least it is what everybody believes! We think it is more a matter of personal touch and feeling.

Category: Neck
  • Check that your nut is properly adjusted to your strings. If the grooves are too wide, the strings will float and make noise. If you have a Teflon nut, remove it and look below:
    • 1 dot = gauge 9-42 to 9-46
    • 2 dots = gauge 10-52
    • 3 dots = gauge 12-56
  • Check that your zero fret is not notched. If it is notched, it must be changed. You can buy a replacement from a dealer. If you have the Zero Fret S, you only need to change the individual part of the fret under the string that makes noise.
  • Install the String Dampener if your guitar didn’t come with one stock. Also available from dealers, it sticks just behind the nut and dampens noise.
Category: Neck

Yes.
If you have a guitar without tremolo or with the non locking tremolo, make sure to change or adjust your nut for the new strings.
The risk if you do not do it:
Bad tuning stability (if strings are heavier) or noise at the zero fret (if strings are thinner).

For those who have a Vigier with a Teflon nut:
We have 3 type for guitars: 9-46 / 10-52 / 12-56
We have 3 type for basses: 40-95 / 45-100 / 50-105

If you are using a tremolo equipped guitar, you can follow this guide:

http;//youtu.be/j-urIpWsFcs

 

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