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Frustration is the only thing that comes to many guitarists minds when they have to face the prospects of servicing their own guitar Its a daunting task that when trying to be done right could take hours The worst thing that a guitarist faces when he is setting up his guitar is the fact that he could potentially damage it Consequently very few guitarists are up to the task of fixing their own guitars There are just ten easy steps to a remarkably good basic setup job though and most of them are the types of things a guitarist does every day You will still need the right tools though most things cant be done by hand The tools one might need when servicing a guitar are as follows a nut driver14 or 516 metal ruler or straight edge20-25 long and a small ruler with 116 increases Other than those basic tools all that you need will be within you and possibly a new set of strings Putting on that new set of strings is the first thing one should do when you are going to setup a guitar You want it to be setup to ideal playing conditions Lets face it three month old dirt-encrusted green strings arent exactly ideal playing conditions however much youd like to differ So put those strings on that guitar the right way and weve already begun to setup our guitar The logical approach after putting on new strings to a guitar is to tune them So tune the guitar up to whatever pitch you play in It is advisable to have an electronic tuner handy to be able to tune as accurately as possible so that the rest of the setup doesnt go awry Here is where the real fun part begins Now its time to get that straightedge and check the straightness of the guitars neck This is to determine if truss rod
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