Is Bolt-on Neck bad?
Bolt-On Neck Myths Poor Sustain: the typical view of bolt-on necks is that they have poor sustain. The typical argument is that a Les Paul has better sustain than a Stratocaster. Because the neck is only held by screws instead of glue, less vibration transfers to the guitar body, so bolt-on necks produce less sustain.
What is the neck joint type?
The atlanto-occipital joints consist of an articulation between the spine and the cranium. They occur between then superior facets of the lateral masses of the atlas and the occipital condyles at the base of the cranium. These are condyloid type synovial joints, and permit flexion at the head i.e. nodding.
What joint allows you to shake your head no?
The atlas and axis form the atlanto-axial joint, which allows head rotation. If you shake your head as if to say “no,” that is head rotation. The atlanto-axial joint is a compound synovial joint.
What are neck bolts?
Bolt-on neck is a method of guitar (or similar stringed instrument) construction that involves joining a guitar neck and body using screws or bolts, as opposed to glue as with set-in neck joints.
What is a bolt-on neck?
The bolt-on neck design—which is exactly what the name says it is—is that on which the Fender empire is built.Properly done, the neck-body connection is as strong and tonally efficient as that provided by the set-neck design.
What is a two-piece neck?
A two-piece construction in which the neck is glued to the body in a tight-fitting joint. Used for many acoustic guitars and for many electric guitars by makers other than Fender.
What are the different types of neck replacement methods?
The methods are called neck-through (or through-body), set-neck and bolt-on and they do affect the sound and playability of an instrument. They also affect the look, strength, price and ease with which related problems can be corrected.