Wood & Wire 6120 FTW To make sure the neck doesn't pull any body wood I score the joints and jamb razor blades in the gap. Pumping steam in the joint. Clean removal. Another view. Tenon. This is Jet Weston’s modern build 6120 that needs a reset. So the question, sure he can pop those old necks off but what about a new one? Facebook Tweet Google+ Comments captainvideo 1 year ago So it looks so far you were able to do it? Curt 1 year ago Yep, no bid deal really. At this point I’m letting it acclimate before I glue the neck back in. Keep in mind there was steam injected in he joint so moisture content is a bit of a concern. Curt 1 year ago To address several email questions I figured I’d just write it here. Jet Weston who owns this guitar is a certified nut (in a good kinda way). He’s a true old school thinker and wants this to be accurate and make it the same color as Fred’s ‘54 which appears to be thew first 6120 ever built. So as it stands now the guitar is going to be stripped, stained and the the full lacquer treatment. In addition I’m going to add some maple in those half circle voids to continue the tenon up to the heel. There’s a chance the binding with the side dots will be replaced and we’ll use the way smaller red dots like they did when guitars were guitars. You'll need to sign in or register to comment.