#2
to be honest this isnt really a great thread, nearly all electrics have good access apart from maby archtops
#4
Quote by soul_taker
true but you cant get somewhat better access on neck-thru guitars


Unless you have an all-access neck joint...

VINDICEDIT:

Well, neck throughs still have it better.

A neck-through V would have killer fret access.
#5
i love the joint on my schecter, it has pretty much no heel and i can get to every fret comfortably..but a V shape also has really good access
Go get your shovel.
Last edited by SynGates7X at Jul 12, 2006,
#6
ESP Viper looks pretty smooth. THere's also this 22 fret BC Rich out there, where the heel starts at the 20th fret and is almost completely flat and thin.
Ibanez -> Peavey -> Eardrums

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#7
most bc riches have bitchin access, the bich is probly my favorite (so far, i still need to try a stealth)
#8
JEM perhaps, much as i dislike them...
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#12
Quote by Pulling Teeth
Which guitar do you think has the best fret access for 24-fret guitars?


For me, The Jimmy Paige Les Paul Custom
(Didn't buy it, only tried it, I wasn't worthy)

For regular people, a Flying V
(The "Tucked in" Position provides maximum control, for me anyway)

For small hands, PeeWee/Mini Guitars
(You have no other choice XD

For long bony fingers, Any guitar
Gear:
Gibson LP
Marshall
DF-7 Foot Peddle
#14
Quote by Kain_Doom01
For long bony fingers, Any guitar


Has anyone else noticed that Paul Gilbert and Buckethad have some of the biggest hands ever? Their like apes or something, totally out of proportion with their body.
#17
Steinbergers

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you guys are all idiots! SRV played a schecter C1 Blackjack thrugh a metalmaster into a Krankensteing, GOD!