Hey bass friends, I'm quite interested in the Jack Casady Signature bass, but I am a bit concerned about the playability of the neck in comparison to short scale hollow bodies and regular long scale solid body instruments. Unfortunately, I haven't had the opportunity to play one, since none of the music stores near me carry them. I'm aware that the Casady bass has a regular 34" scale neck, but since this is attached to such a large bass body, does this place the end of the neck even further away than it would on your typical 34" solid body? Would I have to reach even further to get to the first few frets, making it feel like its greater than 34" in scale? If so, this might be kind of deal breaker for me, as I perform standing, I'm not a big guy, and this might really strain my arm and slow down what I can do on the instrument. If this is the case, it'd be kind of a bummer because I don't hear a similar tone (as far as warm grit) coming out of any other semi-hollows - not even the Guild Starfire. Anyway thanks guys!