#4
Quote by jcwear
36 frets!? my fingers only just fit in fret 22 lol


Technically, your finger don't have to "fit inside the fret" ... just float above it.

EDIT: And threadstarter, this guitar has ALOT more than 24 frets judging by the picture on that link.
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#7
Quote by La Qotsa
Technically, your finger don't have to "fit inside the fret" ... just float above it.

EDIT: And threadstarter, this guitar has ALOT more than 24 frets judging by the picture on that link.


Funny, I remember him saying 36, not 24
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#8
Quote by Metal_Rich
Funny, I remember him saying 36, not 24


Notice I said, "And threadstarter, this guitar has ALOT more than 24 frets judging by the picture on that link."
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#10
i don't personally know of any other 36 fret guitars i know some companies make like 27 frets and **** but 36 is ****ing insane
#11
Caparison Dellinger..........
(I'm not sure if it's 36 though, I know it's more than 24)

EDIT: Apple Horn has 27.
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#13
i have seen a 39 fret it had a piece of wood curve below the neck shaped lik this |) (tilt head to the left to see teh way it looks)

costs a ton of money, but check ebay for the washburn, and hamer virtuoso (they cost alot too), there are a few more from other companies but i have seen em
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#14
Quote by into the moat
^ u mean the horus, and its 27

Oops, my bad.
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#15
Quote by Metal_Rich
Funny, I remember him saying 36, not 24


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#16
just did sum research and there was talk of sum1 using a 48 fretter witht the neck pickup under the fretboard, and a 60 fretter in which i was guess was both pickups under the neck or it just had the bridge pickup under the fretboard
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#17
^the pickups must sound kinda ****ty if there under the wood dont u think, and wouldnt the wood sorta bend on the fret board as u fret and on 60 frets wouldnt there be like no room between the frets once u get up to like 40
#18
ya its crazy, but ppl like the pass 24 frets for tapping
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#19
I wonder what you'd need 36 frets for... must be really fast heavy metal stuff...
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#20
^^ probably some anonymous youtube shredder needs it cause hes tired of his scales having to end on the 24th fret.
#21
Thirty?

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