#1
Is it possible to get this? What would be the disadvantage of having 24 frets on a 24 1/2 scale guitar?

I want that scale as i do a lot of bends and prefer warmer tones but want 24 frets.
#2
PRS makes guitars with a 24.5" scale body. But I'm not sure if any of them have 24 frets.

The ESP EC-1000 has 24 frets and a 24.75" scale...

And the disadvantage of that is the upper frets are harder to get to, if you have big hands.
Last edited by r0ckth3d34n at Aug 2, 2009,
#4
LTD EC-1000 guitar has that. The only disadvantage is the smaller gap distance between the last few frets but that's probably it.

Edit: And that's obviously a 24 3/4" scale
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There's no such thing has a 24.5" scale...


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Quote by r0ckth3d34n
There's no such thing has a 24.5" scale... there's 24.75" scale...

And the ESP EC-1000 has 24 frets and a 24.75" scale

And the disadvantage of that is the upper frets are harder to get to, if you have big hands.

I played the EC-1000 and I could reach the 24th fret easily.



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#10
I have an agile with 24.75" scale and it has 24 frets... plays fine.
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#12
Quote by r0ckth3d34n
PRS makes guitars with a 24.5" scale body. But I'm not sure if any of them have 24 frets.

The ESP EC-1000 has 24 frets and a 24.75" scale...

And the disadvantage of that is the upper frets are harder to get to, if you have big hands.

PRSs are actually mostly 25" and yes, some of them do have 24 frets.

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