Squier bullet red sparkle with a 50’s neck (for your appreciation).

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You might find that the saddles shift to where they want to be. That might mean that they settle centrally, or they could move to one side. In which case a bit of a sideways neck shunt might be required.
 

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You might find that the saddles shift to where they want to be. That might mean that they settle centrally, or they could move to one side. In which case a bit of a sideways neck shunt might be required.
Thanks.
How exactly do you go about doing that ?
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Loosen the neck screws just a little, gently wrestle the neck to where you want it, and tighten up the screws.

I reckon it's about the most common tweak that Fenders need.
Thanks. I’ll give it try. Although by the looks of it, the neck is already right up the side.
- can only try though.
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Loosen the neck screws just a little, gently wrestle the neck to where you want it, and tighten up the screws.

I reckon it's about the most common tweak that Fenders need.
Haha
Just did it without even loosening the neck.
Just held the lower body horn with one hand and the top of the neck with the other; then give it good pull and ...
It’s done the trick.
Thanks again.
 

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Haha
Just did it without even loosening the neck.
Just held the lower body horn with one hand and the top of the neck with the other; then give it good pull and ...
It’s done the trick.
Thanks again.
Well, that was easy! Nice work. Looks like it worked great.
 




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