1. Scale length?? - Cigar Box Nation

    2010-6-10 · Here is a comment which I made some time ago on CigarBoxNation which you may find useful. It was in reply to how many frets-v-scale length. I find the fret calculator ...

  2. Scale Length & Intonation - Luthiers …

    "All things being equal, a guitar with a longer scale length will sound a bit brighter, with a quicker attack and more defined bass notes. The sound will be more ...

  3. Instrument String Tension Calculator - …

    String gauges and materials can be altered, as can the scale length; ... you're playing on a set of Light acoustic guitar ... the String Tension Calculator has a ...

  4. .strandberg* | Fanned Fret Guitars | Multi …

    Fanned Fret Guitars | Multi-Scale ... So when attempting to build an Extended Range Guitar that goes lower than a conventional guitar, a longer scale length has real ...

  5. DFP™ | Find Guitar Scale Length - Don't Fret …

    Determine the guitar scale length, guitar string length or vibrating string length of your guitar with our easy to understand instructions

  6. Guitar Scale Length | Georgia Luthier Supply …

    Guitar Scale Length | Find out how how scale length affects a guitar, how to space frets and links to guitar scale calculators.

  7. Acoustic Masters - Tuning

    Scale length, fret positioning, tuning and intonation. In my previous article I focused on the structure and materials used in building guitar ...

  8. Finding the correct string length for your …

    Acoustic Bass Guitar; ... Finding the correct string length for your Electric Bass is not always as easy as matching up the "Scale Length" of your bass to the ...

  9. Fret Calculator : Georgia Luthier Supply, …

    How to Use The Fret Calculator. It is very easy to use this calculator. The scale length in decimal inches is the only thing that needs input from the user.

  10. The Guitar « Shepherd Guitar

    It will differ naturally due to the size of the guitar. The standard scale length for a modern full-size classical guitar is 25.6 inches (650mm).

  11. Measure Fret Spacing/Printable Fret …

    2012-10-7 · There are a few online fret calculators that will give you the fret spacing for any given scale length. ... Measure Fret Spacing/Printable Fret ... calculator and ...

  12. Scale Length Calculator Stewmac | Liste des …

    Scale length calculator stewmac, nous avons 3 propositions pour la requête. Commentaires et évaluations pour " Scale length calculator stewmac " disponible en …

  13. Basic Fret Calculator - Documents - …

    Excel spreadsheet for calculating up to 36 frets derived from a single scale length. Measurements calculated in both Imperial and Metric. No compensation.

  14. Fretted Instrument Bridge Saddle …

    This page contains an online calculator which can be used to calculate compensation. The calculator ... About Compensation. The scale length ... Guitar Compensation ...

  15. Guitar Calculator Download

    Guitar chord and scale chart. Learn how chords and scales work together in progressions using tablature and standard notation.

  16. Bass Guitar Scale Length – Stretching Too …

    The length of the neck on a bass guitar is one of those curious variables that make the bass such a varied instrument. You don't hear of long scale or short

  17. The Long and Short of It - Scale Length …

    Here's a look at the guitar's anatomy and physiology. In this article, Tony Nuccio explains the mysteries behind a guitar's scale length.

  18. BuildYourGuitar.com - Online fret calculator

    Online Fret Calculator. Using the fret calculator is easy: 1) Enter the scale length. If you want fret distances in inches enter your scale length in inches.

  19. Scale length (string instruments) - Wikipedia

    When referring to stringed instruments, the scale length (often simply called the "scale") ... a 3/4 size steel string guitar might have a scale length of 23 inches ...

  20. Fretboard Calculator - The Tundra Man …

    What Difference Does Scale Length Make? The scale length of a guitar has a large impact on the sound and feel of the guitar. There is no "perfect" scale length ...

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