"Could you give a link to the price list? I could not find it easily on the website.
The MSRP prices on the website are discounted at MF 18-25%. That seems similar to the old prices, but I could not find a reference for, say, last year's…"
"It looks like that, yes. I bought it 2 or 3 years ago and I actually ordered it from some place in Australia (!). Shipped to the US it was still a few dollars cheaper than the Stew-Mac.
Sounds like you succeeded in fixing things. Great!"
"I have used a fresh single-edge razor blade (blade side) as a fret rocker on the upper frets.
I have the equivalent of the Stew-Mac action gauge, which I like. I got my gauge on eBay for about $15. I also got a Baroque on eBay for much less, but…"
"You may have one or more frets that are not quite level. If you have a short straightedge ("fret rocker") you can check this by putting the straightedge on frets 1-2-3 and trying to rock it to and fro. Then try 2-3-4 etc. and you go up the…"
"I am the poster of the original message on AGF that Jud included in his first posting on this thread. When I needed a new nut for an old Seagull I have, I asked GraphTech if the PQ-1801 was right, and they told me it was the OEM nut they supply…"
"This will work if it's an older model (pre-2006 or so). On newer models, the neck is epoxied to the body and is also thicker and inset.
I did a neck reset on such an older model. I tried the "flossing" technique. It was very tedious…"
"I would say that's a wee bit high, but if there's plenty of saddle left it should not be a problem. I usually aim for 6/64" action on the low E and 5/64" or so on the high e. To lower the string height by 1/64" at the 12th,…"
"Michel Bélanger is a good person to know about. He's Godin Customer Support, the person at the other end of firstname.lastname@example.org. He answers questions cheerfully and quickly. For instance, he helped identify and date the Seagull…"