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Author Topic: Repair separating/lifting fretboard on a Parker Fly  (Read 4315 times)

Offline Antanael

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Re: Repair separating/lifting fretboard on a Parker Fly
« Reply #15 on: March 08, 2017, 08:10:08 AM »
PS Planification.... Has to do with planning, as in town planning etc, as I believe it does in French.(Although i've never heard of the word before now, sounds suspiciously like one of those words office people make up to make boring crap sound important) "Planing"(one n, pronounced "plaining") is using a plane to eg flatten a piece of wood. "Levelling" is what is done to a fretboard to level the frets.
Not trying to be smartass here, just helping a brother out.
Anyway, i'm off, my associates and i have some rehearsalisation scheduled...
;)

You are right , i meant full fret levelling. Planification => in this context, getting things fixed, to be on the same geometrical plan.

The Parker is playing so smoooooth ! no buzz at all. Really happy to get this lady back among all my other guitars as it really has a different feeling than my other Ibanez and Charvels. Leduc DO know his stuff, fortunately.

Re: Repair separating/lifting fretboard on a Parker Fly

Offline Big Swifty

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Re: Repair separating/lifting fretboard on a Parker Fly
« Reply #16 on: March 09, 2017, 03:19:05 AM »
Cheers, good to hear the guitar is back and working!

Ciao

B.S.
« Last Edit: March 09, 2017, 03:22:17 AM by Big Swifty »
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