Found this today. Print out the scale you want, cut it out, tape together, and your in business, to do your fret boards. Once printed out, there is a box in the lower right hand corner, that is 1 inch square, that you can measure, to make sure that it is exactly to scale, before you use it.
Was having problems trying to use other ones, cause there was malware in them. Hope this helps others in their builds.
Kool, Wfret prints out actual size, with no resizing, it’s been around for ages, have you tried it?
Brian, couldn't get it to work, and don't know why. This will work just as good. Can you still use it? I clicked on lots of links, and still no go. This one is actual size. I think that is why the guy has a box to measure after printing out, that a person check the box for scale.
I have it on my laptop & it works, but not is not compatible with iOS?
Brian, have a Dell with windows, don't know anything about IOS.
When on the page I shared, if you go to the bottom right, there is a link to the guy who made it.
https://github.com/brian-c/fretboard-template-generator Lol, his name is Brian too. You have to join, but if you did, maybe he could help you with the IOS.
I was referring to the Wfret, most of the programs like this are not compatible with apples operating system? Luckily I’ve amassed a collection of scale templates over the years, I would invest in the cbgitty ones though? they’ve got 4 different scale lengths on each sheet?
Yea, I see they do, but this is free and will work. Will see what happens, when I build my first few. I can also make all those they sell. Plus make one 27 for banjo.
Shane has a 23” scale printable template over at poormansguitar.com
eazy peazy Keith Love it !!
Cool. Gonna tell all my banjo making buddies.