I’ve had the Angel, and a couple of Cobras over the years, and the 24 fretted certainly had a more pronounced cutaway, however, I never felt any meaningful difference in the Angel vs . my Classic (same 25.5 scale); I don’t think it would be an issue.
The Cobra is a 24.75 inch scale, so definitely some difference in feel. Unless you’re very sensitive, it should be an easy adaptation.
edit- just saw you had an Arc Angel. Should be minimal difference.
I purchased this for my son about 6 months ago, but he’s found another guitar he’d like instead; clearly, he’s one of us. ;)
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