Dot-Guide for 29-EDD instruments



29-EDD Fretboard is based on the formula (Scale_Length/(2^(x/29))). This EDD have a pretty accurate with the 3/2 interval, being the 2nd EDD with that interval more stretched after of 12-EDD, by the side of Pythagorean family, comforms with the common 2L3s dot-guide:
Diapasón 29-EDD 0.png
29-EDD Dot-guide
The dots are in the places 7· 12· 17· 22· 29: 36· 41· 46· 51· 58: 65· denoting its 7;5 relation, 7 5 5 5 7.

Step
Purdal size
Cent size
01
341,4
41.38
02
682,8
82.76
03
1024,1
124.14
04
1365,5
165.52
05
1706,9
206.9
06
2048,3
248.28
07·
2389,7
289.66
08
2731
331.03
09
3072,4
372.41
10
3413,8
413.79
11
3755,2
455.17
12·
4096,6
496.55
13
4437,9
537.93
14
4779,3
579.31
15
5120,7
620.69
16
5462,1
662.07
17·
5803,4
703.45
18
6144,8
744.83
19
6486,2
786.21
20
6827,6
827.59
21
7169
868.97
22·
7510,3
910.34
23
7851,7
951.72
24
8193,1
993.1
25
8534,5
1034.48
26
8875,9
1075.86
27
9217,2
1117.24
28
9558,6
1158.62
29\0:
9900\0
1200\0

A variant of the same dot-guide looks like this:
Diapasón 29-EDD 1.png
29-EDD "El Duplé" Dot-Guide
The dots are in the places 5· 6· 11· 12· 17· 18· 23· 24· 29: 34· 35· 40· 41· 46· 47· 52· 53· 58: 63· 64· denoting a scale of 5L4s 5;1 relation, 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5.
Step
Purdal size
Cent size
01
341,4
41.38
02
682,8
82.76
03
1024,1
124.14
04
1365,5
165.52
05·
1706,9
206.9
06·
2048,3
248.28
07
2389,7
289.66
08
2731
331.03
09
3072,4
372.41
10
3413,8
413.79
11·
3755,2
455.17
12·
4096,6
496.55
13
4437,9
537.93
14
4779,3
579.31
15
5120,7
620.69
16
5462,1
662.07
17·
5803,4
703.45
18·
6144,8
744.83
19
6486,2
786.21
20
6827,6
827.59
21
7169
868.97
22
7510,3
910.34
23·
7851,7
951.72
24·
8193,1
993.1
25
8534,5
1034.48
26
8875,9
1075.86
27
9217,2
1117.24
28
9558,6
1158.62
29\0:
9900\0
1200\0