waldo041 wrote:From a custom guitar standpoint, Jerry used the Strat scale length with a Gibson tension.
Chuckles wrote:Fred, sorry dude, you're all washed up on this one.
ABB (half the time)
Oh, and that SRV cat.
None of them seemed to have the issues you bring up... or - they did and addressed them like all other players do (ie: me & u)
Dude, give it up. Its a timeless classical instrument upon which Jer's future platforms were built. If you can't handle one, don't buy one. But don't bring that BS here.
waldo041 wrote:The string tension is derived from the bridge and stoptail including the custom string tree/bar across the low E,A,D,G strings. Fender already had a tree on the B and high E. But the other was used to simulate the headstock angle of a Gibson. So the hardtail bridge and modified headstock string tree were to adjust for string tension.
Check out my Rosebud info for the spacings your after.
mgbills wrote:On a harmonica style bridge that angle needs to be pretty flat or the strings will break against the bridge. (Ask me how I figured that out. That's an embarassing story for which Pete B. paid the price.)
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