Moderators ThudMaker Posted October 24, 2007 Moderators Share Posted October 24, 2007 I think he's getting at that on the hollow body, the top half of the body (bass side) was carved out, while the bottom half (treble side) is still solid and heavier, which would make a lower CG. If this is the case it makes no difference to neck dive, all that matters is the total weight and where the upper strap button is. So when the total weight is less (hollow body) there is more dive.That's exactly what I'm getting at, except what I'm thinking at the moment is the mass of the bridge has more of an effect on the semi-hollow body than it does on the solid. I have to admit though, I'm slowly but surely beginning to see mass and center of gravity from the L-1329/kindness angle. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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