Published March 30, 2018 in Bass Tips

Glossy, lacquered necks are something that I've always disliked on my basses.

They stick to your hand when you're moving up and down the neck, and essentially they can end up slowing you down...

In this lesson I'm going to show you a super easy way to drastically speed up the feel of the neck on your bass... and, everything you need is available from your local hardware store.

... the best bit?

It'll only take you a few minutes to do!

You ready?

As always, see you in the shed…

Scott :)

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We were lucky enough to have the master luthier, Chris May from Overwater Basses, come to the studio and create the perfect course for bass players wanting to understand how to take care of their own instruments and fully understand how to do critical things such as adjusting your own truss rod, adjusting the action of your bass, setting your intonation and much more...

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