#1
Why do you only see set-neck guitars with angled headstocks... and not fender style headstocks? i love me some fender style headstocks, but i also love me some set-neck... if i built a set neck like that, would it be weird?
#2
generally people associate angled head and set neck with gibson and vice versa for fender and so they just build them that way..
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#3
No, it wouldn't be strange at all. In fact, aome ESP guitars have straight heads with set-neckage.
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#6
Might just be for the look, although I don't know much about angled vs not angled headstocks.

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#7
angled headstocks "give you more sustain" (bull****), and increase string tension. if made out of a one piece, are very weak... i dont know, it kind of sucks, but it looks good to have a veneer on your headstock.
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angled headstocks "give you more sustain" (bull****), and increase string tension...
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