Re: G&L ASAT Tribute Classic - string tree question
Your response made me wonder a bit. Does your neck have the black plastic string tree or a metal string tree? Here a link
to some G&L pics; the top 2 have metal, the bottom shows the older plastic string tree.
Here a pick (not the best mind you) of my Junior II where you can see a) how the metal string tree is mounted and b) what kind of string angle that corresponds to (click for larger version):
And here one with a plastic string tree:
Or does your guitar have a Fender style string tree? This would imply that your string tree was also parted out
The Fender string tree looks more like:
Under the 'dime' there is still a post and on my ASAT '50, the break angle is not substantially different than on my other ASAT's.
Hope this helps,