#1
To improve both comfort and playability , what are the guitars that have 10'radius on the nut and then 16'radius near the bridge , my achivement isn't the neck acommodate the natural ergonomic shape of my fingers when they are in playing position, because of the need to lower action, therefore what are the guitars that have compound radius, or 16' all the way ??

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#2
i think some of the high end ibanez RGs have, im not sure though, so dont quote me on that
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#3
Jacksons have compound (12-16") radius fretboards...

I'm not really sure what your question is though.
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Jacksons have compound (12-16") radius fretboards...

I'm not really sure what your question is though.


+1

ibanez rgs have 16" radius over the entire fretboard...
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#6
All that have been mentioned, plus I believe that the high-end Washburn HM series guitar have conical radius boards. Many custom builders do it too.

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LOL, "experts only", i've only been playing guitar since July and I already know what that is and which guitars have it. I think you mean a 16" radius at the nut (for chording) and 10" radius at the bridge (for soloing)? Plenty of Ibanez guitars and Jackson guitars do, you can also buy Warmoth necks with that kind of radius.

By the way, from now on you might want to actually read what you write before you post it so you don't make yourself look like a complete and total idiot.


You may want to do the same, so you don't make yourself look like a complete and total idiot.

It's quite possible English isn't the guy's native language.
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LOL, "experts only", i've only been playing guitar since July and I already know what that is and which guitars have it. I think you mean a 16" radius at the nut (for chording) and 10" radius at the bridge (for soloing)? Plenty of Ibanez guitars and Jackson guitars do, you can also buy Warmoth necks with that kind of radius.

By the way, from now on you might want to actually read what you write before you post it so you don't make yourself look like a complete and total idiot.




it's the exact opposite of what you said. looks like you're the one who likes like an idiot

a 10" radius will make chording easier and a 16" radius will make string bending easier.
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You may want to do the same, so you don't make yourself look like a complete and total idiot.

It's quite possible English isn't the guy's native language.


haha, burn. and agreed.
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#9
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+1

ibanez rgs have 16" radius over the entire fretboard...


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actually on the RG prestiges it's a little over 16", 430mm i think... that's more like 17".

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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#12
All Warmoth necks have a 10"-16" radius by default, but you can pick other radiuses.
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#13
^^

it's on the ibanez site if you want to check it...
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no worries
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"The fingerboard, or playing surface of the guitar neck, is usually curved or radiused across its width. The purpose of this radius is to accommodate the natural ergonomic shape of your fingers when they are in playing position"

http://www.warmoth.com/guitar/necks/necks.cfm?fuseaction=radius

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I don't know how you could extract enough sense from the TS's words to think that you have a point worth making.
Stop failing to be a know-it-all, you've already made yourself look like a prick twice in this thread. Go practise guitar or something.
#17
+1
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