90 Degree Fret Bevel File with Beech Handle
- Product Code: TF061
- EAN: 5060489151544
- Availability: In Stock
£22.01 each & FREE Delivery in UK.** Order by 2pm for SAME DAY DISPATCH **
This is a diamond file mounted in a holder which allows it to be guided along the fretboard with the file cutting an accurate bevel on the fret ends.
The handle is constructed from European Beech Hardwood and the base, the surface which glides along the fretboard, is made of a very low friction, high grade engineering polymer.
These files last for many fretboards and are equally long lasting on stainless frets and normal nickel silver frets.
• 90 Degree Angle Bevel File
• 150mm File Length
• Fine Grit Diamond File Fittted
The tool provides an efficient and easy to use solution to getting the fret ends cleanly cut to a specific angle. We have experimented with many designs for these and have come up with this solution which has the following main features:
• For filing the ends of the frets level with the ends of the fretboard the file is set at 90 degrees.
• Very comfortable to hold file.
• Diamond File permanently bonded into handle.
• The file protrudes from the holder so you can see how the cut is progressing.
• Smooth base made of low friction polymer, with bevelled at the ends. This base makes it easy to pass over the fret tops without bumping or damage.
• Robust construction from highest grade engineering polymer and professional quality diamond file.
• Suitable for Stainless Steel frets.
Fret Beveling in General.
The main advantage of using a Bevel File is that a really consistent professional job is achieved where all the fret ends are at the same angle. This file is to be used for filing the ends of the frets level with the ends of the fretboard the file. After filing the fret ends, you should then bevel the frets with an angled bevel file (between 10 degrees to 60 degrees). Please see our other bevel files for this process.
This main point about bevelling is to make sure there are no sharp edges or uncomfortable fret ends which hamper playing. If a fret end is too long then it disturbs the feel of the neck as the players moves around the fretboard; if the fret end angle is too shallow then the string can easily start to slip off the end of the fret.
It is also surprising just how much of the fretboard space is used up by the bevels - a 45 degree bevel will use about 1mm of the fret wire and so reduce a 43mm neck to 41mm playable width. These bevel files can be made to any angle as low as zero and to a maximum of 60 degrees (please enquire).
The cutting file is a fine grit diamond file which leaves a good finish.
FREE With This Item
• Advice Sheet on use of this tool
• A comprehensive guide to fret replacement
|Dispatch Time and Shipping Method|
|Dispatch Time||** Order by 2pm for SAME DAY DISPATCH **|
|UK||Royal Mail 1st Class Signed For|
|International||Royal Mail International Airmail Tracked|
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|Length||150mm File Length|
|File||Diamond File set at 35 Degree Angle|
|Handle||Low Friction High Engineering Grade Polymer|