#2
hahaha, thats a problem, it is possible however. id say go to a music store and try one thats like it and see if its comfortable.
#3
Yeah the 24th fret is always tiny :\ just kinda make sure your finger doesnt go over the edge and no matter what it will be a little smooshed with the 23rd.
#5
That's why if you want a RR v guitar with 24 frets, a Floyd, and one pickup, you buy the ESP Alexi sig.
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#7
Quote by james4
^ I think he's talking about how far you have to strech to reach it, not how tiny it is...

Yes lol. I don't care how small it is lol.
#8
Its made for people with giant hands maybe?
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#9
My suggestion is to just look at a different guitar. I don't know about you, but it irritates the hell out of me if there's 24 frets on a guitar and I can't reach all of them.
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#10
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My suggestion is to just look at a different guitar. I don't know about you, but it irritates the hell out of me if there's 24 frets on a guitar and I can't reach all of them.


Yeah, it defeats the purpose of having two octaves per string. Otherwise, it's better to have 22 and have a greater margin of error.
#11
Maybe tap?
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#12
It's not actually that hard to hit at all, in my experience. I do have huge hands though. If you have actually tried playing the guitar and not judge based on just the picture, maybe you'll change your mind
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very, very carefully

actually exactly what i was thinking
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#14
I hate that guitar.... I think Randy would be disgraced with that guitar if he was still alive today... I remember reading an article on his custom jacksons, the idea was to have the feel and tone of a les paul, with the evil looks of the V.... This just looks like Jacksons response to Alexi's ESP....
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#15
**** the last 2 frets and just use the guitar as you would've anyway.
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#17
I've found no problems getting to the 24th fret at all, its not like I have massive hands either, go try one out, but I really dowt you'll not be able to play on them unless you have the hands of a 5 year old =]
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#18
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I hate that guitar.... I think Randy would be disgraced with that guitar if he was still alive today... I remember reading an article on his custom jacksons, the idea was to have the feel and tone of a les paul, with the evil looks of the V.... This just looks like Jacksons response to Alexi's ESP....

This is jacksons response to the Laiho ESP which was basically a copy of jacksons custom shop guitar they did for alexi.

so it's essentially jackson putting one of their custom shop models into production because there has always been demend for a 24 fret RR model.
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#19
Quote by Lemoninfluence
This is jacksons response to the Laiho ESP which was basically a copy of jacksons custom shop guitar they did for alexi.

so it's essentially jackson putting one of their custom shop models into production because there has always been demend for a 24 fret RR model.

+1
#20
Quote by sepultura alma
I've found no problems getting to the 24th fret at all, its not like I have massive hands either, go try one out, but I really dowt you'll not be able to play on them unless you have the hands of a 5 year old =]

+1
#21
The ESP Alexi addresses this problem.
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#22
Quote by FRDesign
Yes lol. I don't care how small it is lol.


that can be taken in sooo many different ways...I'm almost tempted so sig it.