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not much out there Jason.

most shorty scale, Jackson Fusion, early chaps, etc. are floyd'd.

Jackson did a run, pre fender, with a SLS, short scale, with a wilky type sustain block string thru bridge, ( I have one )

with humbuckers. Very rare, and do not come up for sale often.

the Jackson USA fusions are about the most shreddy shorty's you can get, Like what I have listed. All with floyds thou.

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22 fret, hardtail, not wide / thin neck?

How about a gibson SG?

Hamer studios play like butter too.

Also, my chaparral is 24.75" with a neck on the small side of medium, but not wide and flat. More rounded.

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Weren't the Peavey Vandenbergs short-scale?

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ETA: no hard-tail that I'm aware of, however. I'm with AnalogSystem: I'd go with an SG - incredible upper fret access, hard tail, lots of different neck shape choices over the years.

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Seems like you should be looking at an early-90's Studio Custom (or whatever the hell they were call them back then) so me. I had one from 91 (IIRC) and the neck was shredderific.

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Austin

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Earlier set neck Carvin's from the 80s were 24.75 scale. Now they are 25 scale with the neck throughs.

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