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Doing a Headless conversion to a schecter blackjack atx c5.

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  • Doing a Headless conversion to a schecter blackjack atx c5.

    Do you believe, if the headtock is completely busted off and in multiple pieces, that it's possible to do a headless conversion to a schecter atx blackjack c5? I found one for cheap that I could snag and Would be willing to invest about 200 into a bridge or something. I don't know much about headless conversions so any help would be great!

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    Don't those have the truss rod adjustment at the head end? I don't think you could do a headless conversion on one of those, even if you could find a bridge and string clamp/head thingy that would fit. 



    • Divider_of_zero
      Divider_of_zero commented
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      I guess if i can snag it for under 50 ill just inspect if i can and if not I'll part it out. The blackouts go for nearly three times that anyway.