You wouldn't by chance still have the serial numbers or the years those True Tones were made, would you?I have had a few very late model True Tones that came with 01 and ** necks.
Thanks Juan for your offer to help. I would prefer a chart of measurements of a #01 neck. As a Buescher expert, I am sure that you have kept such detailed records over the years.plot a line of measurements like you did on the BA neck and I'll help you indicating where the neck needs work
Saxquest is selling a 2603xx gold T-T with the ** neck.You wouldn't by chance still have the serial numbers or the years those True Tones were made, would you?
Thanks, but no thanks. If you don't have the measurements indicating the taper of the #01 neck then why don't you just say so instead of beating around the bush.I have one 01 aristo neck, one * and one 1 true tone necks at this time at the shop. I can measure and all, however, I feel like this warning should be posted: you're not likely to have success working "backwards". As Grumps mentioned, his 01 neck played fine with his horn but played not so nice on another horn of about the same era. More often than you'd think, there's more to tuning a neck for a certain horn than the other way around
Why don't you send me the measures on the horn that you have issues with and a detailed description of the intonation quirks (MPC make, model, tip opening, all data that you can include can help me replicate your test condition and be more accurate on my recommendations) plus you mentioned you tested it with the BA neck, please compare that one with the buescher neck.
Gary you may be onto something :bluewink: now seriously here's why I have it out for this individual:Seems like Jicaino has it out for you John.