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1 Pound Bulk Narrow/Low Nickel-Silver Fret Wire for Mandolin, Ukulele, Dulcimer, Banjo, Cigar Box Guitar & More!

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1 Pound Bulk Narrow/Low Nickel-Silver Fret Wire for Mandolin, Ukulele, Dulcimer, Banjo, Cigar Box Guitar & More! Great for smaller instruments like mandolins, ukuleles and dulcimer Buy in bulk and save! Great for new building or repair work! Size Specs: Crown Width: .053″ (1.35mm); Crown Height: .037″ (0.940mm); Tang Depth: .054″ (1.37mm) This one-pound... »

Guitar Fret Wire – Jescar Nickel-Silver Medium Gauge – Six Feet Reviews

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Guitar Fret Wire – Jescar Nickel-Silver Medium Gauge – Six Feet Six feet of beautiful, durable 18% nickel-silver fret wire Great for acoustic & electric guitars, banjos, cigar box guitars & more Six feet is enough for any guitar, comes in 8-inch pre-radiused lengths for ease of install Great for new building or repair... »

Cigar Box Guitar Fretting Kit: Includes 6ft. Medium Fret Wire and Fretting Guide on CD

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Cigar Box Guitar Fretting Kit: Includes 6ft. Medium Fret Wire and Fretting Guide on CD Great way to get started with fretting your cigar box guitar Medium/Medium fret wire is perfect size for standard-scale CBGS (22″+ scale length) Six feet is more than enough for any 3+ string guitar; Comes in 8-inch straight lengths... »

Cigar Box Guitar Neck – Hard Maple with Basic Headstock and Fret Slots

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Cigar Box Guitar Neck – Hard Maple with Basic Headstock and Fret Slots Price: »

Dream Guitars- Beneteau Fan Fret Baritone

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A demonstration of the Beneteau Fan Fret Baritone guitar, by Pete Thorn, for Dream Guitars www.dreamguitars.com Video Rating: 4 / 5 Running through some sounds with a Dano bari. A little out of sync. Sorry. Video Rating: 4 / 5 »

If I’m fretting an guitar neck, does it matter how much longer the neck is beyond the last fret?

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by mwilkie Question by Sid Vicious: If I’m fretting an guitar neck, does it matter how much longer the neck is beyond the last fret? I am working on a cigar box guitar, and I have a 25.625 scale notched into a piece of plastic. I am not sure where to stop the neck... »

Guitar Fret Wire – Medium/Higher Size – Six Feet

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Guitar Fret Wire – Medium/Higher Size – Six Feet Six feet of beautiful, durable 18% nickel-silver fret wire Great for acoustic & electric guitars, banjos, cigar box guitars & more Six feet is enough for any guitar, comes in 8-inch pre-radiused lengths for ease of install Great for new building or repair work Crown... »

Guitar/Bass Fret Wire – Gold JUMBO Size – Six Feet Reviews

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Guitar/Bass Fret Wire – Gold JUMBO Size – Six Feet Six feet of beautiful, durable Jescar GOLD EVO fret wire. Gold all the way through! Great for acoustic & electric guitars, acoustic & electric basses, and more! Six feet is more than enough for any standard guitar or bass; 5+ string instruments may need... »

Why do Martin guitars start their inlays on the 5th fret, and have 2 inlays on the 7th fret?

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by nikoretro Question by MasterBlaster: Why do Martin guitars start their inlays on the 5th fret, and have 2 inlays on the 7th fret? I have only seen this inlay scheme on Martin guitars and I am curious as to why they do this. Is there some historical significance to this? Best answer: Answer... »

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