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1:1 Printout of 35" Scale Neck

Discussion in 'General Instruction [BG]' started by Chewy_B_i_T_s, Nov 6, 2012.

  1. Chewy_B_i_T_s

    Chewy_B_i_T_s

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    I thought I would share this for anyone it can be helpful to.
    I made it to help learn the notes on the fretboard. This is a representation (not exact at all, especially the fret locations) of a Peavey Axcelerator 5 bass neck.

    Because I am a spatial/visual learner I wanted a full scale representation I can look at when I can't have my bass with me.

    Just print it out and line up the crosses. Be sure to print it at 100% scale.

    Thanks,
    JK

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    Chewy_B_i_T_s

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    In case you have access to a plotter, I'll attach the unsplit version too.

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