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It's the neck that's narrow. You can put a wider nut but the strings will be too close to the edges.
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These guitars look sweet, but the nut width is to thin for me 41.3mm. Wonder why they do that?
My classic vibe strat is already too small at 42mm. 41.3mm. nut is a dealbreaker, shame too as everything else about this guitar is amazing for the price-point!
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These guitars look sweet, but the nut width is to thin for me 41.3mm. Wonder why they do that?
My classic vibe strat is already too small at 42mm. 41.3mm. nut is a dealbreaker, shame too as everything else about this guitar is amazing for the price-point!
Sounds similar to the Squier Affinity series nuts. These are entry level guitars probably being used by smaller hands.
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These guitars look sweet, but the nut width is to thin for me 41.3mm. Wonder why they do that?
My classic vibe strat is already too small at 42mm. 41.3mm. nut is a dealbreaker, shame too as everything else about this guitar is amazing for the price-point!
Uhh... Am I missing something? Replacing a nut is is pretty easy right?
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If you've never played a 6-string guitar, should you think about getting a 7-string?
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If you've never played a 6-string guitar, should you think about getting a 7-string?
It would be a little different for chords, but if ou're going to be serious, practice daily or almost every day, and you are willing to try new things, a beginner can learn on one. As with learning a 6-string guitar, knowing more about music theory will really help.
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If you've never played a 6-string guitar, should you think about getting a 7-string?
Sick to 6.the 7 was a fad by the drop d brigade...
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Uhh... Am I missing something? Replacing a nut is is pretty easy right?
It's the neck that's narrow. You can put a wider nut but the strings will be too close to the edges.
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Sick to 6.the 7 was a fad by the drop d brigade...
7-string is definitely niche, but not a fad. It was popular long before drop D, and many still play it. Drop D is altogether different and is much simpler to learn. To really use a 7-string to its potential, you need to be a good guitarist. I would never recommend someone learn on a 7-string, as most tutorials/lessons are going to be focused around the 6-string.
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If you've never played a 6-string guitar, should you think about getting a 7-string?
definitely not.
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Must not buy another guitar.... That red burst though, ugh. 🤤
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The tele is hideous.
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Always admire those good at music guys... i am have no geinous about music...
For guitar playing, it's not very important anyway. It's just easier to figure out what you're doing wrong while you're learning. Most of the good guiarists I know don't know much about music.
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That's look great!
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