#1
what does scalloped guitar body means//
is it the same as body cutaway//
#2
Scalloped body? I've heard of scalloped frets, never body. Maybe that's just the groove in the back?
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#4
I think that's when the cutaway is cut out on the back of the guitar so your hand fits higher on the neck easier? I'm not 100% sure though.

EDIT: The first guitar that comes to mind with what i'm talking about is the Gibson Les Paul Axcess.
#5
actually, this gives me the idea of the Schecter Devil series or some of the PRS models where there's a deeper cut away in the horns.
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#6
never heard of scalloped guitar body but theres "beveled" guitar bodies
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#8
It says scalloped maple top, which would be describing the top part of the body. Look at the texture of the paint on the top.............its scalloped.
#9
The Ibanez EGEN has a scalloped lower horn,which mean more of the wood is cut away to allow for better fret access.Jackson and Caparison bolt on models have a scalloped heel where a portion of the heel is cut away to lessen the bulkiness of it.It can mean a lot of things though,and those are just a couple examples.

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