Hi. Have you had this done on a classical? A few months ago there was a thread about itTadw16 wrote:If you are serious about getting a good guitar in the best playable condition, here tis. Set the action where your are most comfortable then have the fret board 'Plecked' or plexed (not sure about the spelling). Joe Glasser in Nashville Tn can do the magic.
It's nice to hear someone mention this aspect, because it's usually ignored. The ultimate playability is only as good as the sensitivity and response capabilities of the guitar, once all the other things are adjusted - nut, saddle, neck relief, fret crowning, etc, etc.Tim522 wrote:for me the sound feedback from a guitar can make it seem easier or harder to play...this goes beyond the physical aspects of a guitar
+1Jacek A. Rochacki wrote:Let me respectfully add, that the choice of strings that would be best for certain guitar may make the instrument easier to play.
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