Poll: scale length
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View poll results: scale length
7 19%
4 11%
22 59%
1 3%
1 3%
other (specify)
2 5%
Voters: 37.
I like 24.75
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Ibanez K5 (original model)
Ibanez AEL acoustic

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For reference:

24.75" - Gibson Les Paul, SG

25" - PRS Standard 22

25.5" - Fender Stratocaster, Ibanez RG

26.5" - 7-string

27" - Baritone
25.5" for me. But really it isn't a huge deal.
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Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer
My Baritone has a scale length of 26.5, and I like it very much.
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I normally prefer 24.75" scale, but I must admit once I get past the 17th fret, 24.75 becomes to small for my fingers and I find 25.5" scale is much easier to use at those higher frets. I'm desperate to try a 25" scale guitar, hoping it's the right balance for me between the two.
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I voted 25, but I actually like 25.1 the best. Because that's the scale length my guitar has, and I've never really found one I like more.
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25.5 is the most comfortable for me. also 25.5 guitars usually have jumbo frets which make it even better