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Z Axis Deep Joint

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Compound Radius

FGN employs a specific "Compound Radius" ratio on the fingerboard, representing advanced fingerboard technology. The neck radius gradually increases over the finger board's length, starting out rounded near the headstock and flattening out toward the neck joint. A diameter of 250mm (10") was selected for the radius at the nut for optimal comfort and grip for chords. A 350mm (14") radius at the heel has proven to be ideal in eliminating any unwanted buzz of string bending that may be caused by over-tightened fingerboard radius traditionally countered by high string action. The Compound Radius affords comfortable and easy bends even with string action below 1.9mm and ensures smooth fingering when playing solo passages high on the neck.

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Natural Satin Neck
Many people said the neck coated with gloss finish is very slippery and very difficult to hold it from sweating. 
We finally developed FGN original natural satin finish and it can make you feel very smooth and comfortable like the illusion of touching the natural wood. 

The original neck finish can improve your playability and the resonance from the neck to the body material.

Smooth Fret Edge

FGN craftsmen are meticulous in ensuring fret edges are rounded to perfection for a smooth feel on the neck. Position changes are seamless and the aesthetic is flawless.

2 Way Adjustable Bridge (JMJ)

2-Way adjuntable Bridge has two ways of string-guide holes, String-Through-Body style and Stop-Tail style. 
While we'll apply the String-Through-Body style, we can feel super strong and tight sounds and amazing resonance even with the light gauge strings.

3&6 saddle-bridge (JIL)

We set up with vintage 3-saddle "Ash Tray" style bridge and 6-saddle bridge depending on all musician's intended use.
All bridge have adjustable saddle for string height, radius, and intonation.

Coil Tap Switch (JOS)

With the coil tap switch between the volume and tone control knob allows for split-coil tap on the bridge humbucker.

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