CUSTOM 24 7 STRING MULTI-SCALE

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  1. Brian G

    Brian G Authorized PRS Dealer
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    Just in at Brian's Guitars!

    Private Stock Custom 24 7 String Multi-Scale

    Subzero Smoked Burst
    Private Stock grade Quilt maple top with matching headstock veneer
    Black Limba body
    Korina neck, 7 String thin carve
    Ebony fretboard with Chrysocolla old birds with mother of pearl outlines
    Bareknuckle Nailbomb Humbuckers
    Hipshot 7 Hardtail (individual saddles)
    Multi-Scale 25.5″ / 24.75″
    http://briansguitars.com/product/pa...24-7-string-multi-scale-sub-zero-smoked-burst

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  2. toothace

    toothace At least I'm good at dentistry

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    That top with that finish...
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    Unbelievable build Brian!
     
  3. bodia

    bodia Authorities said.....best leave it.....unsolved

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    I wish you guys would spec some cool guitars once in a while :p
     
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  4. BrianC

    BrianC Custom 24 King

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    sloanthebone I love quilts!

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    Be my valentine!
     
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    veinbuster Coming of age

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  8. Drew

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    interesting way to do a fan, but negating the fan on the lower end makes it more pronounced on the high end and harder to play on that end. Most guys playing fanned fret guitars aren't doing chord work, so there isn't a need to have straight frets on the low end. Thus why you see these guitars fanned evenly from end to end so that playability is even all along the neck.

    Nice guitar though! Someone will enjoy it.
     
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  9. Brian G

    Brian G Authorized PRS Dealer
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    The angled frets are even end to end, just hard to tell in photos.
     
  10. Drew

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    The nut is angled???? Well....ignore what I said lol You should take a straight on shot of the front of the guitar to better show that.
     
  11. Brian G

    Brian G Authorized PRS Dealer
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    All of the photos are in the web listing, thanks
     
  12. justmund

    justmund Plank Spanker

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    Nice work on sh!tting on a dealers thread, then making yourself look like an a$$hat in the process.

    You should read and take note of this sticky.
     
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    Actually, that's not true, it'll literally be like playing a 25.5" scale on the high fret of the low string, since it's a really mild fan of 24.75 to 25.5. In the more extreme case of the 25 to 26.7 scale of the Ibanez AELFF10, then yes, the perpendicular fret should be higher up the neck (I've heard Ormsby and Abasi look more at the 8th or 9th fret, but the Ibanez looks to be around the 6th or 7th fret), but I think this is perfect for us non-djent 7-string players. I'd be curious how much of a fan a 25.5 to 26.22 multiscale would be.
     

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