Gretsch Corvette Pickguard

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Re: Gretsch Corvette Pickguard

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That's a good idea, thanks!
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plopswagon wrote: Mon Jul 25, 2022 12:27 pm I recently bought a set of nut files from Stew Mac. They are kinda expensive but I got them on sale.

They are high quality for sure. I "need" to do at least one more build to feel justified in buying them. =]
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Yeah I plan on using them enough to justify the cost.
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Re: Gretsch Corvette Pickguard

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Basically every off the shelf guitar has poorly cut nut and that kind of tool will always be handy
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