The D-28 Authentic 1941 is by all accounts very comfortable to play. Reply to this topic ; Start new topic; Recommended Posts. Theoretically, that will put the depth of the slots at exactly the height of the first fret. Gibson Acoustic ; String Height at the Nut/1st Fret J45 Sign in to follow this . Why didn't I think of that -- makes perfect sense. By Ferd13, March 15, 2016 in Gibson Acoustic. Can I check my own nut action? Theoretically, that will put the depth of the slots at exactly the height of the first fret. Password: Register : FAQ: Calendar: Mark Forums Read Thread Tools #1 04-16-2012, 01:03 PM Gostwriter. No measuring or tools needed for checking action at the nut: (Fretting at the 3rd fret and having the string just clear the first fret is not precise enough for me. . The term is also used to describe the overall playability and feel of a guitar. Somebody PLEASE, tell me what the string height is/recommended? String action specs. I finished doing a basic set … I would like an actual value if someone has one that he or she knows by experience works well for my playing style.). Lay a straightedge across the frets and measure the clearance at the 8th. The suggested measurements listed here refer to the string height at the 1st fret and also at a higher fret. Ferd13 0 Ferd13 0 Member; All Access; 0 12 posts; Report post; Posted March 15, 2016. Does anyone have an action height for the first fret that they know by experience works well? In my opinion and experience, measuring the clearance above the first fret is the hard way to do this. Check The String Height At The 12th Fret. In order to measure the height of your guitar’s strings, you should have either a ruler, a feeler gauge, or a specialized string action gauge. Easy! Place the strings of an acoustic guitar 3/32 of an inch above the fretboard. In my opinion, the easier way to set the string height at the nut is to measure the height of the first fret and then cut the nut slots until they are that distance above the reference surface - the fingerboard. Use a graduated ruler that can indicate 32nds in order to set this dimension accurately, but measure your height from the bottom of the string. Practically, I find that adding .006 to .008, usually graduated from bass to treble strings, avoids buzzing at the first fret. Here's how. This is the standard height set by many manufacturers for acoustic guitars. So, without any real effort at all, you can bend over and peer at the gap between the string and the first fret when the string is depressed between the second and third. String Height at the Nut/1st Fret J45. It is very EASY to see a gap of .001 between two closely spaced things, if there's strong light coming from behind. Remove the capo from the 1st fret and whilst looking at the side of the fingerboard on the bass side, place your small ruler behind the 6th string directly on the 12th fret. This distance plays a key role in your setup because it determines the ease in which your guitar can be played. . Thank you. Registered User : Join Date: Mar 2011. Measure the distance from the top of the 12th fret to the bottom of the 6th string. And that includes my own opinion. – Kanarat, Thailand Spoon Writes: Thank you Kanarat for this very good question. Guitar string height can vary within Martin factory specs. Anchor the string on the first fret, then measure the clearance betweent he string and the second fret. If you need an actual measurement, you should get one in the right ballpark. For electric guitars, in our opinion, a good default string height at the 12th fret is typically about 6/64th of an inch (2.38mm) on the bass side and 4/64th of an inch (1.59mm) on the treble side. Measure the distance from top of fret to bottom of string while depressing the string at the 1st and last fret: Relief should measure .005 - .010" at the 8th fret. Measured for the outermost bass and treble strings. In theory, yes. In practice, I've found that there are some musicians whose playing attack is so vigorous that they require the nut to be higher to avoid the open string buzz. A guitar’s string height is usually measured at the twelfth fret. This is the standard height set by many manufacturers for acoustic guitars. String height or action describes the distance between the top of your frets to the bottom of your strings. I'll tell you why. Followers 0. Write it down. General Acoustic Guitar and Amplification Discussion, http://www.stewmac.com/How-To/Online...ge_I-0670.html, http://www.frets.com/FretsPages/Musi...nutaction.html. Action determines how much pressure and distance is required for the string to make full contact with each fret.
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