#1
ight so i was playing my washburn then my schecter and realized the necks felt different.. now i knew schecter has sort of a fatter neck.. but what doesn't make sense.. is when i searched up the specs on my WI14 & damien 6 FR.. this is what i got

WI14: Scale- 24.75"

Damien 6 FR: 25.5"

so i can understand why i felt the difference.. but then i asked my friend the size of his esp neck and he said

Scale 25.5"

so i was like ok w/e..

then i searched up the wizard II neck on a ibanez RGT6EXFX & it said

RGT6EXFX: Scale 25.5"

so i'm confused here about what makes the neck thinner on a wizard neck.. like i understand the thickness would change that.. but like if it was a 25.5" scale wouldn't they all have to be the same thickness and what not to look normal???
Last edited by MetalGuitarest at Oct 25, 2009,
#2
what?


necks are all different. The scale just has to do with the spacing of the frets.
#3
Your guitar's scale is the length of the string from the bridge to the nut. It has nothing to do with how the neck is shaped.
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#4
The scale is the distance between the nut and bridge. It has nothing to do with the neck. The differences are the dimensions and profiles.
#5
ahhh ok i didn't know that.lol.. do you guys know how to find the dimensions on the schecter without having to messure myself cause i really don't wanna do that.. i tried google and couldn't find anything