I need help with my truss rod on my neck-thru I'm building. Here's a post from Alembic forums that I made. http://alembic.com/club/messages/393/49110.html?1204669275 or Long story short, I'm building my first guitar for a project at school which, if failed, I dont graduate. I'm going to build a neck-thru electric guitar, dual humbucker, one tone, one vlume, 3way switch guitar and one of the problems I'm having is the truss rod. I'm getting a two-way action truss rod in order to keep a flat channel but, I can't seem to find anywhere that has any kind of details on the "best" way to route a channel like this for a neck-thru, I've searched and searched, I have two books, and its all details on bolt-ons. So i decided to come to the source. Alembic specializes in neck-thru's, so why not as them. So PLEASE, if you have any advice (along with pictures) please please please help. If possible, could you provide pictures of the just glued neck blank, to truss rod finishing. Thanks. then I'm looking at a few of these guitars and basses, and it seems to me that whether or not it's a bolt-on or neck-thru, it's the same basic channeling, except where the access point is. For example, the access point of a bolt-on could be at the join between neck and body to where if one were to change the action, the neck would need to come off, but if one were to route the channel in a way to mimic the end of a bolt-on neck (along with an access recess) that would be acceptable. Is that assumption correct in any way?