#1
Hey quick qustion. If you were to take a neck from a guitar with a 24" scale length and put it on a body that originally had a 24 3/4" scale length, what would be the repercussions? Would it work or would it affect the intonation to no end? Thanks.
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#4
Quote by eXperiment63
No way to intonate it correctly.

+1 Agreed massivly that 3/4" is a mean female dog ^_^
#5
yeah cuz none of the frets would be right be placed right
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#6
Unless you can move the saddles 3/4ths of an inch closer to the nut, you're screwed.
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#7
or get the neck 3/4 closer to the bridge just route away!!!
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Am i missing some thing
car speaker=12 watts
outlet=120 watts
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laws of phisics down the dump....... volts and watts are the same