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Notched Straightedge – Guitar Luthier Tool – 16.5″ x 1.5″ Acrylic RC2

9.99USD

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(4 customer reviews)

The notched straight edge is a must-have on any luthier’s bench for evaluating the straightness of your fretboard while avoiding frets that may have seen better days. It’s made of acrylic.

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  • The notched straight edge is a must-have on any luthier’s bench for evaluating the straightness of your fretboard while avoiding frets that may have seen better days. It’s made of acrylic.
  • One side is marked Long Scale Guitar for use with Fender, Martin, Gibson long scale guitars plus others.
  • The opposite side is marked Short Scale Guitar for use with Gibson’s shorter scale as well as Dobro and PRS guitars plus others.

4 reviews for Notched Straightedge – Guitar Luthier Tool – 16.5″ x 1.5″ Acrylic RC2

  1. Ron Mc

    Taken from Amazon.ca Customer

    Reviewed in the United States on November 20, 2017

    Every guitarist should have one.

    The first one arrived broken thanks to DHL’s ham-handed couriers. But the replacement arrived promptly in Idiot proof packaging. This, of course, is not a steel notched straight edge that would be part of a luthiers workshop, but it’s the perfect tool to keep in your guitar case for on the spot neck check without having to haul around a heavy chunk of steel that will likely destroy your guitars finish rattling around in your case.

  2. Dom

    Taken from Amazon.ca Customer

    Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2017

    Four Stars

    A little flimsy but works great

  3. P. Clark

    Taken from Amazon.ca Customer

    Reviewed in the United States on April 12, 2019

    Time saver

    A good alternative to pricey metal alternatives. Works for both Fender and Gibson scales.

  4. Anonymous Reviewer Dude

    Taken from Amazon.ca Customer

    Reviewed in the United States on February 10, 2020

    I actually like it better than the aluminum ones!

    The cool thing about this is you can push down on the center of it and feel if there is any deflection. That’s a lot better than trying to look underneath a stiff aluminum straight edge!

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