Hey all, Been curious about an idea and I may have a custom made so I wanted to ask... I had a Warwick Fretless (88) and a Dolphin (91) for years and the necks radius were pretty flat; I personally loved it. I also notice that classical guitars are pretty much flat necks... My question is this; it seems compound radius necks are mostly for comfort, the radius increases toward the body/high notes...why isn't it the reverse? for bending and vibrato, the curvature seems more likely to cause fretting out...for comfort and chording, it makes sense. Would it be a bad idea to try to get a reverse radius (curved at the nut frets and flat at the pick up frets?) Thanks!