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    What's your take on how this thing plays? I hear it's a pretty different experience

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    It’s an awesome piece of ass I must say! Although admittedly the first two months or so I barely picked it up but Ive been playing it more and more so the transition from a 25.5” scale and 1-5/8” nut isnt as prevalent as it was initially. My main bitch really was the L1 1-9/16” nut width because it felt like a banjo on acount of the narrow string spacing.

    I contemplated building one thats 25.5” scale and an L2 1-5/8. In fact I’m sending Mitch @ KNE a body tracing and headstock tracing and in turn I told him I want a body and I may see if he will do me a second one at a discount. He seemed really excited to take this on and he has been wanting to do it for years but no one ever offered to trace their body for him to do so.
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