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Change in strings-table sinking

Discussion in 'Strings [DB]' started by .matthew e wengerd., Oct 10, 2004.


  1. I changed my obligatos (synthetic core) to original flexocores (metal core). I believe the added tension caused some sinking in the middle (readL bridge area) of my table. Will this neutralize once the bass acclimates to the tension?

    Any considerations I should be aware of? The table is slab cut, hence more succeptable to table flexion as I understand it. Is there hope?
     
  2. Heifetzbass

    Heifetzbass Commercial User

    Feb 6, 2004
    Upstate, SC
    Owner, Gencarelli Bass Works and Fine String Instruments, LLC.
    If you are noticing sinkage- get thyself to a luthier. I have seen some of Solano's basses in the past with shrinkage issues. Don't take any chances...

    FWIW
    Brian