The graphite fretboard is a major part of your guitar’s aesthetic.
It looks beautiful, and plays like a piece of art.
But how does it perform?
It’s all about the graphite, and that means a lot of fretting, drilling, and polishing.
Here are six reasons why you should start drilling for graphite to make your guitar more versatile.
You can drill a new fret for a guitar without removing the old fret.
Many of the classic, custom-built guitars you’ve been building for years were built with a single fret in mind.
But there’s an easy fix: Remove the old one.
The new fret will slide into place without any fretting.
You’ll be able to drill the same exact spot for the new fret and remove the old nut.
You don’t need to remove the nut.
You simply use the same hole for the nut, and drill the exact same angle to fit the new nut.
That way, the new guitar nut is the same height and width as the old.
The fretboard will look great.
Even if you buy a new guitar, you can still enjoy your favorite style of guitar.
That’s because graphite is lightweight and durable.
Graphite will also look great in the finished product, thanks to the high-gloss finish.
You won’t have to fret.
There’s no need to fret the old part, because graphites will slide right in.
Instead, you’ll simply drill a hole and drill out the nut that’s just as comfortable and secure.
You get the best of both worlds.
When you’re done with the drilling, you’re left with a guitar with a new, comfortable, and solid nut.
You’re getting the most out of your investment.
If you’ve ever had the chance to play an old guitar, the feel of the old instrument will be lost in the new.
The best thing about a new graphite guitar fretboard?
It won’t be difficult to replace the old with a good one, because you’ll get the same results as you would if you used a new nut and drill.
This will save you money, and help you save money on your next guitar purchase.