So, both the Isbell and Hynde models sport rosewood fretboards. Both have 7.25 radius. Both have "vintage tall" frets. With the trend for 9,5 and higher radius. Is the vintage tall on a 7.25 somewhat of a compensation per se? From a playability standpoint for people that would prefer a flatter radius? I have 7.25 necks with standard vintage frets that work just fine. I'm not a big fan of the road worn. I can beat up a guitar just fine on my own.