Thread: 22 Fret Dilema
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Old 2007-07-19, 11:44
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Originally Posted by gorath23
So does the bridge distance compensate then for the shorter neck? Would you need to use slightly heavier guage strings on a 22 as opposed to a 24 in the same tuning, to compensate for the lower length/tension?

no, he just said that the scale stays the same.

scale = distance from nut to bridge. Therefore, 24.75" scale will ALWAYS be 24.75 inches long, no matter how many frets are there.
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