#1
Okay i got a hellraiser and its pretty different. i was firstly wondering if the longer scale means all the frets are slightly wider. or just the first few? They seem a bit of a stretch for my small hands

The other thing was with extra jumbo frets there seems a lot of movement available like when you play a violin for example. ive found this is better for vibrato but sometimes the pitch and intonation can go off a bit. any one experienced this?
#2
well vibrato is pitch shift so of course there is more of it
its a stretch because 24 frets have to be squeezed in on a 24" scale and have more room to be put in on a 25.5" scale
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#3
Quote by BAoxymoron
well vibrato is pitch shift so of course there is more of it
its a stretch because 24 frets have to be squeezed in on a 24" scale and have more room to be put in on a 25.5" scale


i dont understand tho..do you mean all the frets are slightly larger? ie..the first 12 seem wider than my les pauls
#4
I just want to make sure you know that the frets are the actual metal bars, on a Hellraiser they're jumbo, which are wider and taller.

The scale length is the distance from the nut to the bridge, so naturally the spaces between the frets are bigger on a 25.5 scale than a 24.75, because of the nature of fret spacing.