Fret Scale Rule

Fret Scale Rule, Gibson guitar rule
Gibson guitar rule Item # 0800 In stock, ready to ship!
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Fret Scale Rule, Fender / PRS / classical rule
Fender / PRS / classical rule Item # 0801 In stock, ready to ship!
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$39.76
$33.80
Fret Scale Rule, Martin / mandolin / banjo rule
Martin / mandolin / banjo rule Item # 0802 In stock, ready to ship!
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$39.76
$33.80
Fret Scale Rule, Set of 3
Set of 3 Item # 0806 In stock, ready to ship!
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Fret Scale Rule

Determine fret spacings and layout fretboards accurately.
"Before working on any vintage guitar, I always check fret accuracy with these rules."—Dan Erlewine

Our accurate, high quality 22" x 1-1/4" x .030" rules, crafted of durable stainless steel for years of service in professional repair shops. Each rule has four different fret scales, and features precisely etched, easy-to-read markings on both sides.

    #0800 Gibson guitar rule
  • 24.562" Gibson (24-9/16")
  • 24.625" Gibson (24-5/8")
  • 24.750" Gibson (24-3/4")
  • 25.300" Gibson long

This rule includes Gibson's long scale and three shorter Gibson scales. The three shorter scales are different lengths, but over the years Gibson has referred to all of them as 24-3/4". For more detailed information, see stewmac.com/fretscales

    #0801 Fender / PRS / classical rule
  • 25.5" Fender
  • 25" PRS / Dobro® / National™ / Benedetto
  • 650mm classical
  • 660mm classical
    #0802 Martin / mandolin / banjo rule
  • 24.900" Martin short
  • 25.340" Martin long*
  • 13-7/8" mandolin
  • 26-3/16" banjo

*Martin long scale: The scale used on Martin Dreadnoughts is commonly referred to as 25.4" but is actually 25.34".

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