#1
Which scale length do you prefer 24 3/4 or thr 25.5 ??? While we are at it a fixed bridge or trem equipped?? and why?
#2
25.5, way easier for me to play.
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25.5
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#4
I think so to. For some reason I cannot get used to my 24 2/4 scale.
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I think so to. For some reason I cannot get used to my 24 2/4 scale.

Me too! I wonder if it's just because I started on a 25.5 or if there is an actual reason for why?
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#6
Use both, 24 3/4 and 25.5 but I would say that I slightly prefer 24 3/4.

Again I use both, fixed and trem.... Both are appropiate for different situations.
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#7
24 3/4 with a trem, and try to get a real floyd rose not the fake licensed ones. Having control over the pitch on your bends is a lot easier 4 me on a trem. Also the tremhas a lot more room for creativity
#8
25.5 is a high tension scale length, that being said do you tune to standard or a lowered tuning? example fender scale

24.75 is a lighter tension scale, the same as a LP
#9
I like em both.


25.5 is nice because it's easier to reach the higher frets, but the 24.75 is easier to fret, IMO.
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25.5 is a high tension scale length, that being said do you tune to standard or a lowered tuning? example fender scale

24.75 is a lighter tension scale, the same as a LP

Sure it is naturally more tense, but there is more factors to string tension than scale length. On my 24.75 guitar I have the stop bar as low as it can go, so the tension is actually higher and harder to fret than my 25.5. Thus, if I set my tremolo to float like I did the other day, the strings are so flappy that strumming sends the notes flat, before they spring back into place.
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