Trivia, just curious really...

My acoustic guitar (a mid-50s Framus) has no fret marker on the 3rd and the double dot on the 14th is there any specific reason for this? Always wondered, is it geared towards a specific type of music or just aesthetic (the neck joins the body at the 14th).

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A pic. Try to ignore the tuning, it's covered in another thread in the main G-site forum...

Tim, a WEM Rapier bass that I restored for my mate Arni in Germany had dot-markers that petered out after the 15th. No idea why, just those crazy Europeans I suppose.

Tim wrote:
A pic. Try to ignore the tuning, it's covered in another thread in the main G-site forum...

I bet there are 2 dirty great slotted wood screws under the 2 dot markers!! :lol:

Seriously, it is quite odd to see the twin markers on the 14th. I notice you have a zero fret as well.

Ahh, hadn't thought of that!

I need help too. I purchased a 1962 Kaycee acoustic guitar and can't find out anything about it. COULD SOMEONE HELP!!!!!!!

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