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Guitar String Action Gauge
Guitar String Action Gauge Guitar String Action Gauge Guitar String Action Gauge Guitar String Action Gauge
Guitar String Action Gauge
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MPN: TA003   EAN: 5060489151650  In Stock

The most reliable way of measuring the action of a guitar is to compare the height of the string to something of known height also sitting on the frets. This is best done visually without touching the string or the gauge.

Features
Light passing through (transmitted light) the little gap below the string and above the gauge lets you accurately determine which step on the gauge is the same height as the action - then you read of the action in mm from the gauge calibration.

Using transmitted light in this way gives a high level of optical contrast, and results in a sensitive and reproducible method of measuring such small distances.
The gauge is a thick aluminium sheet with steps milled in it that are 0.1mm lower each step. Each step is 5mm long. These steps provide a very accurate visual height reference that can be placed anywhere on the fretboard.
The action gauge is 4mm by 100mm and stepped in 0.1mm increments and comes in a wooden beech case.
A small handle has been milled on each end of the gauge so the the gauge can be positioned by either hand when the guitar is in normal playing position.
Alternatively with the guitar laid down horizontally the gauge can rest on the guitar fretboard without to support it by hand - this means you can carefully and adjust the gauge position and carefully judge the action without having to hold anything in position. An advantage as then you cannot possibly change the string position by accidentally touching it.

A typical use is to place the gauge behind the lowE string at the 12th fret and slide the gauge along so its height matches the string height then you have a direct measurement of the action.at the 12th fret - which is typcially 2.3mm for lowE and 1.8mm for high E. The gauge covers these regions of height in 0.1mm increments and so offers a very precise way of assessing the action.

 

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Shipping Method 
UK Royal Mail 1st Class Signed For
InternationalRoyal Mail International Airmail Tracked
 
  SHIPPING COSTS FOR THIS PRODUCT
  SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING COST
(Full Rate)
COMBINED SHIPPING COST
(at 75% Discount)
UK: FREE FREE
Europe: £6.33 £1.58
Worldwide: £7.38 £1.85
Combined Shipping Costs
The cost is calculated as
1) The item with the highest postal rate is charged at full rate
2) ALL additional items are charged at the discounted rate of 75%

TOTAL SHIPPING COST =
(Highest Postal Cost Item @ Full Rate) + (Additional items @ Discounted Rate)


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Materials
Materials Aluminium

Description

The most reliable way of measuring the action of a guitar is to compare the height of the string to something of known height also sitting on the frets. This is best done visually without touching the string or the gauge.

Features
Light passing through (transmitted light) the little gap below the string and above the gauge lets you accurately determine which step on the gauge is the same height as the action - then you read of the action in mm from the gauge calibration.

Using transmitted light in this way gives a high level of optical contrast, and results in a sensitive and reproducible method of measuring such small distances.
The gauge is a thick aluminium sheet with steps milled in it that are 0.1mm lower each step. Each step is 5mm long. These steps provide a very accurate visual height reference that can be placed anywhere on the fretboard.
The action gauge is 4mm by 100mm and stepped in 0.1mm increments and comes in a wooden beech case.
A small handle has been milled on each end of the gauge so the the gauge can be positioned by either hand when the guitar is in normal playing position.
Alternatively with the guitar laid down horizontally the gauge can rest on the guitar fretboard without to support it by hand - this means you can carefully and adjust the gauge position and carefully judge the action without having to hold anything in position. An advantage as then you cannot possibly change the string position by accidentally touching it.

A typical use is to place the gauge behind the lowE string at the 12th fret and slide the gauge along so its height matches the string height then you have a direct measurement of the action.at the 12th fret - which is typcially 2.3mm for lowE and 1.8mm for high E. The gauge covers these regions of height in 0.1mm increments and so offers a very precise way of assessing the action.

 

Shipping

Shipping Method 
UK Royal Mail 1st Class Signed For
InternationalRoyal Mail International Airmail Tracked
 
Dispatch Times Most items are dispatched within 1 working day
Custom Made items are dispatched between 3 to 10 days of order placement
 
  SHIPPING COSTS FOR THIS PRODUCT
  SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING COST
(Full Rate)
COMBINED SHIPPING COST
(at 75% Discount)
UK: FREE FREE
Europe: £6.33 £1.58
Worldwide: £7.38 £1.85
Combined Shipping Costs
The cost is calculated as
1) The item with the highest postal rate is charged at full rate
2) ALL additional items are charged at the discounted rate of 75%

TOTAL SHIPPING COST =
(Highest Postal Cost Item @ Full Rate) + (Additional items @ Discounted Rate)


PLEASE CLICK HERE TO GO TO OUR DELIVERY INFORMATION Page FOR FURTHER SHIPPING INFORMATION

Specification

Materials
Materials Aluminium
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