Why do they make these guitars without matching the radius on the bridge?
They seem to have the proper radius at nut (it's actually low enough for me, that's RARE with factory guitars!!!) but the bridge seems to be 12", because the middle strings are too high, when the outer are slick and fast. issed:
I'm going to buy a Schaller Lockmeister with 32mm block, and shim the saddles to approxamatly 18" so it matches the 12"-16" compound radius better. :flex:
I really needed a 24 fretter with EMG 81 for lead recordings, and since I can't sit down and play this at all, I will rock the fuck out with this one when recording! With proper radius and setup, I think this can be a regular at live shows too, it feels REALLY sturdy. :agreed:
The frets are a bit worn tho, so I might have to give it to PLEK for a stainless steel refret. :metal:
* It's a white fucking RR24!
* It has good action at 1st fret
* Finally I have a 25.5" scale guitar with 24 frets, I've needed that quite some time now
* Did I mention it's a WHITE RR24?!?!?
NOT SO GOOD;
* Mismatched radius at bridge... Which is easily fixed, especially since I'm getting a new bridge for it.
* It's yellowing, but it's okay. It's a fucking RR24!!!!!
AND HERE'S A VIDEO WITH THE RR24 and a PLINGER (I think they are called)