Of course, I’m biased … but I acclimated to the neck pretty much instantly … and I love it. I was marveling at the way my thumb naturally tracked the best position up and down the neck. Just great design.I really like these but I daren't get one in case I end up really liking the neck and then not playing my 25 others.
I bet they do!That's not really a quality that's specifically due to it being multiscale, is it? Lots of guitars play like butter. My Majesties play like butter.
Huh. So how do they even call out the scale?And the tension feels a lot lighter than my straight 25.5 scale necks.
Interesting idea. So then in theory, without designing a multiscale guitar, I'd imagine you could accomplish the same thing by customizing a set of strings..., as an example, put a 9 on the high e, and a 52 on the low e, say on a 25" scale guitar, then calculate the other strings' gauges so they would gradually go from whatever the tension on the high e is, to whatever the tension on the low e is?The string tension on the high strings is lowered without making the bass flubby.