6 Scale lengths for LOW tunings (a ROUGH guide) • SWTB003 

Choosing a scale length according to what tuning you want to play in can make a big difference in how satisfied you will be in how low you want to go.

Scale lengths and optimum tuning for production model baritones 


26.5" • B STANDARD - DROP A 

Solar A2.6 Baritone • http://bit.ly/2smN7VC 

Ibanez RGD • http://bit.ly/2IZOiVm 

Reverend Descent • http://bit.ly/2snqoch 

27" • A STANDARD - DROP G 

ESP / LTD Horizon • http://bit.ly/2sn4TbD 

ESP / LTD Viper • http://bit.ly/2J2F3jq 

ESP / LTD Eclipse • http://bit.ly/2Ld4A9Y 

Line 6 Shuriken • http://bit.ly/2xvRm6B 

Jericho Fusion • http://bit.ly/2sr9f0g 

27.5" - 27.75” • A STANDARD - DROP G 

Eastwood Sidejack Baritone • http://bit.ly/2kBMvau 

PRS 277 • http://bit.ly/2J0F6QF 

PRS 277 Semi Hollow • http://bit.ly/2kFYQdW 

28" - 28.625" • G STANDARD - DROP F 

Chapman ML1 Modern Baritone • Link Currently Unavailable 

Chapman ML3 BEA Baritone • Link Currently Unavailable 

Ibanez RGIB6 • http://bit.ly/2HahTWt 

Hagstrom Viking Baritone • http://bit.ly/2H8ppRO 

Warmoth Conversion Neck • http://bit.ly/2H6MfsN 

29.75" • F STANDARD - DROP E 

Music Man Silhouette Bass Guitar • http://bit.ly/2HaUcNz 

Danelectro 56 Baritone • http://bit.ly/2kG2jJu 

Gretch Electromatic Jet Baritone • http://bit.ly/2JmKwF5 

30" • LOW E STANDARD - DROP D 

Schecter CVI • http://bit.ly/2LIs4VP 

Schecter Ultra VI • http://bit.ly/2xu1ah6 

Squier Jazzmaster Baritone • http://bit.ly/2snGwdO 

This video took wayyyy too long to make for such a simple concept. I hope for the sake of the universe that it is helpful to someone.

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