I have a DGT and a CU24.
I am noticing that on the CU24 the string height at the 12th fret is 4/64ths and at the last frets is about the 5/64ths.
But on my DGT is 4/64ths at the 12th fret and 6/64ths at the last frets.
This means that on the DGT the string height becomes increasingly high as you go up the frets towards the last frets.
This makes a big difference in how the string height "feels" on the higher register mainly 12th fret and up on the DGT vs the CU24. Making the CU24 easier to play higher up.
I have tried increasing the tension of the rear springs to bring the tremolo lower and have left both trems on both guitars per PRS specs allowing the pitch to go no further than F# on the E string. Neck is straight with a "paper" thin relief.
If I lower the action at the saddle one fraction more then I have unbearable buzz.
So I have hit a wall at setting this DGT up for best playability vs my super comfy CU24.
Is there any way to get the string height any lower at the higher frets on my DGT or I have hit a wall due to the "neck angle" the DGT?
Are all DGTs or 22 fret guitars having the same neck angle and moreover is the neck angle different on 22 vs 24 fret PRS?
Might just be this DGT only. Don't know. So I am asking those in the "Know"
thanks for any "useful" suggestion or comment.