#2
25" all the way.
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#3
Yup, 25". Horrifically underused scale length. The world's already pretty full of single cut, 24.75" scale guitars anyway.
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#5
Agreed with Flibble. I still want a seven string though
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#6
Everytime you make a thread and a video I have this urge to order one of these guitars.

Then I realize i have -$400 in my bank account. (yes minus 400 )

Would shipping to Canada be as simple as USA?
#8
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Everytime you make a thread and a video I have this urge to order one of these guitars.

Then I realize i have -$400 in my bank account. (yes minus 400 )

Would shipping to Canada be as simple as USA?


Yeh sure - we ship worldwide mate, it's discounted shipping because we are nice ;-)
#9
24.75

Scale lengths should be in increments of 0.75 inch.
Last edited by Dodeka at Jul 10, 2010,
#10
Hardly play any 24.75" scale guitars, but the PRS's I've played were very comfortable :-)

so 25 get's the vote.

EDIT: Whoa, 25 in the lead by more than double
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