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"Yes the frets are in the same relationship but the actual spacing in cm would depend on scale length. Go into a music shop with a tape measure and try out a few instruments to get a feel for the sizes Tenor banjos have shorter scale…"
"Yes it will be the same. The distance will be different. !8-20" scale length is about the same as a baritone uke. You can go to stew-mac and find their fret calculator. It asks for scale length, number of frets, and type of instrument.…"
"Stewmac.com has a great fret calculator. Find website and look in the "frettinjg supplies" section. You can choose for any length, number of frets, and type of instrument. For short scale dulcimer/strummers an ideal set-up for…"
"Google a guitar Scale length calculator. There are many built-in online, with different options
The layout is a mathmatical one, that can be layed out geometricly with a compass on paper, to
understand that can't take a different scale length…"
hi guys i am building a 3 string for my nephew want to make it with shorter scale length may be 18 to 20 inch would it be the same as 25 inch i.e. use frets 2 4 5 7 9 11 12 ? any help will be greatly appreciated thanksSee More