|nicechuck ||02-07-2014 02:42 AM |
When the strings were set up higher on my DB, the high C above the octave on the G string was dead. Now with the strings lowered, that same note has more sustain. I haven't done anything to the fingerboard. Can anyone explain? Seems the opposite would be true
|arnoldschnitzer ||02-07-2014 06:48 AM |
The higher the strings, the more your flesh surrounds the string when pushing it to the fingerboard. Unless you have leather-like callouses, that is.
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