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  1. guitarjunkie87

    fretfind2d multiscale help! rhino beginner help!

    That's great, I'll keep an eye out for it as I will be definitely wanna watch it. Cheers Ben
  2. guitarjunkie87

    fretfind2d multiscale help! rhino beginner help!

    Yeh tbh once I've gotten used to using rhino it'll be easier for me to not use FretFind2D anymore. I'm definitely In2in that live stream, do you have a set date? Even if I have finished doing my stuff I'll still watch as I'm sure I will learn some interesting things. Thabks for you response. Ben
  3. guitarjunkie87

    fretfind2d multiscale help! rhino beginner help!

    thanks your a star
  4. guitarjunkie87

    fretfind2d multiscale help! rhino beginner help!

    It's mainly I'm using it as It's an easy way to get the basic fretboard shapes done. I really appreciate this information though and I shall give it a go now, I've had rhino for a few days so it's still quite alien to mme.jusr a question Chris while your about, how do i set an object to snap at 90 degrees intervals when rotating? I still have a lot of things to look up but this would be super useful to start doing. Thanks again Ben
  5. guitarjunkie87

    fretfind2d multiscale help! rhino beginner help!

    just wanted to say thanks dude, thats working a treat for me. have a good day mate
  6. guitarjunkie87

    fretfind2d multiscale help! rhino beginner help!

    You my friend are a star, thank you for confirming this for me, I shall give this method a try though I believe your right. I'll get back to you if I'm still having troubles but think I should be alright now.
  7. guitarjunkie87

    fretfind2d multiscale help! rhino beginner help!

    Haha I'm just doing that atm, to be honest I had 54 degrees at one point during our attempts at calculating so I assumed it was from this lol. At the moment I'm getting 68 degrees from 26-27.5 with a perpendicular 7th fret, 3mm equal overhang, 44mm and 63.297mm string spacings. This gives me 158 The only way I can think of getting between 18-26 degrees is making the perpendicular fret around the 20th fret to reduce the angle.
  8. guitarjunkie87

    fretfind2d multiscale help! rhino beginner help!

    Hi thank you, me and my fiancee did do it this way once, so I was using the correct number but I was expecting to get something nearer 18-26 degrees. Is it because I have 30 frets that the number is where it is?
  9. guitarjunkie87

    fretfind2d multiscale help! rhino beginner help!

    rhino tips for a beginner! any good videos on building guitars and basses about? cheers ben
  10. hi peeps I've just joined the site and i could do with some complete noob help. right i have this design and a few different versions of it (different perpendicular fret positioning) im having a real hard time working out how to determine the bridge angle from fretfind2d information, what calculations do i do and where do i find the exact numbers i need to for this? i will be using a 7 string hipshot multiscale hardtail bridge and i'm stuck not being able to figure out whether i need the 11, 18, 21 or 26 degree bridge. i imagine this is a stupid thing but i haven't done much math properly in about 16 years so i'm just stuck on stupid and need some advice lol. once i know how to do the calculations for my bridge angle i can do the rest and become familiar with the routine. i appreciate any help you guys can give me. 26-27.5 scale perpendicular fret - 12 - 30 frets.pdf
  11. hi peeps I've just joined the site and i could do with some complete noob help. right i have this design and a few different versions of it (different perpendicular fret positioning) im having a real hard time working out how to determine the bridge angle from fretfind2d information, what calculations do i do and where do i find the exact numbers i need to for this? i will be using a 7 string hipshot multiscale hardtail bridge and i'm stuck not being able to figure out whether i need the 11, 18, 21 or 26 degree bridge. i imagine this is a stupid thing but i haven't done much math properly in about 16 years so i'm just stuck on stupid and need some advice lol. once i know how to do the calculations for my bridge angle i can do the rest and become familiar with the routine. i appreciate any help you guys can give me. 26-27.5 scale perpendicular fret - 12 - 30 frets.pdf
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