#1
Okay. I didn't see a thread on this topic anywhere else, then again, I didn't look. So whatever.


I was wondering,
A. Is it possible to turn a regular 6 string into a baritone?
B. If possible, roughly, how much would it cost?


I'm a nub.
Thanks in advance.
#2
Alot.

Im not sure but a 27" or wateva guitar from a standard 25.5" would mean either the bridge would need to be moved back or the neck moved forward away from the bridge and wuldnt sit in the neck pocket very well
^Note: Probably sarcastic
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#4
put really heavy strings on it, probably 12's 13's and tune it to A D G C E A

or if you going with the C# F# B E G# C# tuning for barritone, put 11's or 12's on it

youll prob need to adjust the truss rod, so pm me if you decide to go thru with it and ill talk u thru it.

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#5
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Alot.

Im not sure but a 27" or wateva guitar from a standard 25.5" would mean either the bridge would need to be moved back or the neck moved forward away from the bridge and wuldnt sit in the neck pocket very well

That wouldn't work, it'd intonate wrongly when fretted.

Only thing I can imagine that would work is swapping the entire neck for a baritone one, so that's only possible if it's a bolt-on guitar. The bridge would have to be moved additionally.
Only my thoughts on this and I'm no expert.

It's probably easier to just put heavier strings on it and tune it down.