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So is this due to tension or gauge? Guess we failed to isolate our variables again.
edit: nvm not the video I thought it was
I was just keeping the meme alive.:mrburns:
More tone that way
No major manufacturer will go near whammy bars anymore.
There may be some pickup out there that does the trick, but between PAF's, EMG's, Duncan BW, DimZ X2N, Evo, and DP100, I have always heard that...
I haven't found that changing the gauge really affects that mid hump much. I've had more luck doing a combination of a) dialing-down the tone knob...
I don't think that any of the online tonewood experiments I've seen implemented a control in their experiment. Whoops
1. Biggest help: Really cranking the master volume and lowering the pre-amp gain with respect to your normal settings usually helps.
Are there any benefits to having the locking tuners if you don't use the locking nut?
Why not? You still don't have to turn the posts as much as you would without locking tuners, right?
That's tune-o-matic for ya. Given that limited adjustment range, sometimes you just get what you get. Great looking guitar though.
Yep, I agree with this. I doubt I would ever notice the difference between temperaments if, instead of chords, single notes were played.
Honestly, probably so, if the samples are anything like what was captured in Levi Clay's video. Doesn't the paper data even suggest that there...
A string set that's at least 62-64 ish on the lower A.
Isn't the perceived brightness and clearness differences between different scale lengths related to the pickup size and position, and that's what...
BCR: "What are stainless steel frets?"
Depends on the summation of all your gear and how much gain you use. A guitar with stock pickups running through a boost into a high gain amp with...
It eliminates pickup-change soldering entirely.
No thx. Fret buzz = string-fret contact = sad pinch harmonic sustain.