I've seen many a hurt Ovation. If not for the sentimental value to the owner, I would not have touched it.
Looks good. Congrats on making it your own. Peace
I will be very selective on that. : ) And charge substantially more.
No regrets, owner loves it. It plays pretty good. She gets a piece of her dad back.
I found this one. This will be the route I go. Dual sanding capibilties make it more useful. Quick change drums. Check it out....
And the headstocks snap off......a lot. To thin and a bad angle make for easy pickings in the busted neck area. Although, I have made a nice chunk...
Perhaps someday you'll get it. They are laid out very logically
Perhaps a little music theory would help.
Should work with either PU. Is your bridge grounded properly?
And save yourself $400
That works too , as long as you're happy with it. See now next time you just make your own neck. : )
Well, the Ovation is alive and well, as Ovations go. Neck is holding nicely
Actually plays pretty decent, better than most Ovations I've played....
BTW, I admire the fact that you didn't just take the easy way by getting a different neck. You wouldn't have ever been happy that way. Make it...
Not sure about the pearl dots on a maple fretboard but, here's how I would do it. Set your new dots just a hair low. Fill the indent with your...
Chris, I agree with you that they are not great guitars. But like I said, it was her father's guitar. I understand it's not going to sound like...
We'll see tomorrow. I used a combination of epoxy, Titebond and Loctite CA. Epoxy on the factory blob of epoxy ( or whatever it is they use)....
Oh, and luck has nothing to do with it. : )
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