I like big things, as many would suspect if they knew me well, but only particular parts. Sometimes I look at things, and see that a certain component is either too big or too small. Any person can come up with the idea of scaling something up, but I want to talk about the proportions. I like thinking outside the box, or in this case, beyond 12 frets... towards the nut. I find it sad that my local guitar store doesn't have any 12 fret dreadnoughts at the moment. I'm curious and fond of the stronger bass response, louder volume and softer tone. I mean, if I want more treble in a steel string, I'd get a parlor guitar, or a tenor guitar tuned in the first four strings. The 14 fret Dread is a one size fits all thing. But I never go beyond the 12fth fret. TL;DR? Well, it's simple. I have an idea for a guitar whereas the neck and body meet at the 9th fret. A cutaway allows access up to the 12th fret. Weird idea.