"Be careful with printing out a scale! Your printer won't necessarily print it at the true dimensions and the positions could be wrong. Also paper can be buckled etc, sticky tape can stretch.
Best way is to get a strip of aluminium or something,…"
"Some [like me and tiny guitars] put a glob of hot glue down and stick it... the piezo that is... to the glue. Careful. Hot glue has that name for a reason [ever put melted cheese in your mouth off a pizza?]
"I put mine between wood and put it on the outside of the box, then i put my bridge piece ( brass rod, threaded bolt, key or whatever) on top of this. It makes a great pickup with less feedback and is very reponsive."
"Quick! I'll save you from the snarky remarks! (Its been covered before) It deadens it a bit. Some people like wood, some like silicone, some like Shoe Goo, some like leather, some like styrofoam, some like a combination of some or all of the…"
"Action has absolutely noting to do with fret placement. It is purely a function of the vibrating string length, or scale.
How ever you do it - fretcalc ( my fav - will run in google in a browser window) the other programs, matching your other guitar…"
"Get you a fret chart from Musicmakers at www.harpkit.com for $12.50 + S&H . It's the best investment (tool) I've ever bought .. Scale runs from 13" to 31.5" with the frets for a dulcimer scale marked on it also .. I use it on…"