The traditional fret material for electric guitars has long been nickel/silver, but over the last few years Stainless Steel frets have become a tremendously popular upgrade. It’s easy to see why.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. We had the Strat®, we had the Tele®, and they were lauded throughout the land. Then someone got the bright idea to switch their necks around, and things got complicated.
Custom options are the heart and soul of the Warmoth experience. They are the difference between owning a standard off-the-shelf guitar, and a one-of-a-kind instrument customized just for you and the way you play.
A truss rod is a metal shaft installed in a channel within a guitar neck. It runs the length of the neck, lending stability and making it possible to adjust the curvature of the neck. Over the years guitar builders have experimented with many types of truss rods. Today the two most common are the … Read moreFight Club: Single vs Double Truss Rods