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Thread: What to do with 25" scale tenor guitar?

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    Oscar Stern s11141827's Avatar
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    Default Re: What to do with 25" scale tenor guitar?

    We're in the golden age so we should take things to a new level.

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    Registered User Charles E.'s Avatar
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    Default Re: What to do with 25" scale tenor guitar?

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ID:	205848 There are 4 String Resonator Tenors out there w/ a 25 in scale so it's a Semi-Tenor/Plectrum Guitar. It can be tuned C, G, D, A, because Octave4Plus makes Special High A4 Strings for these Long Scale Guitars out of a Special AlloyName:  0.59 gauge High A String.jpg
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Size:  41.4 KB, thankfully these strings come w/ instructions on how to install them properly.
    Just a pet peeve of mine but no four string guitar with a 25 inch scale should be referred to as a "tenor". I wish modern manufacturers would just tool up and make a tenor guitar with a 23 inch scale. 25 inches, tuned in fifths is just unwieldly.

    A bunch of stuff with four strings

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