We all remember, the best guitar neck we ever played. Do you? Look back on how good it felt in your hand. Did it feel just like your favorite guitar? No? It was better? Why didn’t your guitar neck feel that good? What were the specs of the neck you liked? What are the specs of your guitars neck? What was the guitar nut width of the guitar you liked best? We’ll get you straight.
Ever considered….guitar neck shaping to customize a guitar just for the way you play? A guitar neck can be reshaped, slimmed down, sculpted, shaved and re-profiled for max playability. Have you thought about wider Nut Width? Maybe 1-3/4″, 1-7/8″ or perhaps a 2″ wide nut width would do it?
When in the middle of a gig do you notice some hand fatigue? A feeling there’s something slowing you down? Did you ever pick up a friends guitar and say to yourself, “I wish my guitar felt this good” Well, it can!
Have you found a guitar somewhere that you love? Did you go grab it to see what it felt like? How was the feel? Likely it didn’t feel like you wanted it? Buy it and send it to us at Haywire Custom Shop. We’ll get you straight.
Players begin the customization process the very day they get a new guitar. Guitar neck shaping is often desired but hardly attained without the proper resources. Neither is your perfect nut width. Call us! We have it already!
Re-shaping, slimming down, sculpting, shaving re-profiling an existing guitar neck can be the best customization ever for you. Your guitar neck contour or back shape is important for optimum play-ability and hand comfort and thus happiness with your guitars specs. https://haywirecustomguitars.com/guitar-neck-shaving/
So,…..What about guitar nut width?
Nut width is a very important subject that is not mentioned often.
Why is Nut Width Important?
It is recommended to abide by those characteristics on your guitar that work together in the best way for YOU, the player. The guitar nut width is certainly one the most important considerations in finding comfort in your perfect instrument. Sure, the narrow necks can seem more comfortable for easier grasping, However, fingers may feel far more crowded on a slim thin guitar neck especially during chording. Be aware of the best nut size for you.