#1
ive always been enamored by jaguars and jazzmasters
but fender just let off those new mexican made ones that are almost half the price, so its a bit more realistic now, even if $800 isnt really realistic for me being a complete newbie or whatever

but i always wondered would a 24 inch neck be too small? being pretty tall i tend to leave it fairly low since i like to have my strumming arm loose

the drawback is that this can make it hard to do chords lower down the neck

so is 24 too small?

guitar i have by the way is i think a 25 inch scale
#2
Do you mean the distant between the frets or the fret size?

24 frets fretboard does not have any more fret spacing than 22 frets. It's just that the neck extends 2 more frets into the body. The scale length always measured from the nut to the bridge.

At least that how it is last time i measured my guitars...
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#3
he means scale length, which is the length from bridge to nut, and it varies from guitar to guitar.....
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#4
dude if ur really used to ur 25' neck then i would recommend sticken to the 25' causes u said ur a bigger dude that would mean ur hands are big so that would make it a but hared to do solo's and stuff like that i would think but IDK
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#6
I had an Epi LP that was the standard 24.75 inch scale, and I moved to a Strat (25.5) and I like it more.

I am fairly tall as well, and have longer fingers, so I think it's preferable, but not always necessary.