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The elevated fingerboard is a very popular and useful option. Its primary purpose is to allow easier access to the upper frets. The neck and elevated tongue are a single piece of wood so the tone of the guitar remains consistent above the 12th fret. A traditional neck angle is preserved so the geometry of the strings and saddle remain the same. This means that the feel and tone of the instrument are unchanged. The elevation is approximately 11mm at the highest point and slopes to approximately 3mm. This configuration also includes a two-way truss rod.
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