#1
why can i play better on the upper frets (from 12 to 22) better on my SG than i can on my Strat?...i always though a strat would be better for upper frets...is it just me?...i can PLAy on the upper frets, just not as clean and smooth as on my sg...is it just because im not used to strat styled necks and bodies?
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#2
Because you touch yourself at night.

Could it be to do with the smaller horns on the SG, maybe a smaller profile neck join?
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#3
hardy har har, maybe?
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#4
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Because you touch yourself at night.

Christ that response is getting old...

It's probably because the SG has a larger fretboard radius.
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#5
That SG has an all-acces neck.
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Christ that response is getting old...

It's probably because the SG has a larger fretboard radius.


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#10
plus strats generally have 21 frets so the frets are probably smaller than on an sg (prolly 22 frets)
#11
The cutaways on Sg's make it insanely easy to play higher on the fretboard.
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