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Discussion in 'Strings [BG]' started by BusyFingers, Jan 3, 2017.
There have been many, many threads on this. The consensus seems to be that it temporarily brightens up the strings by loosening out some dirt. Just like beating the dust out of a rug. It's temporary and probably isn't great for frets.
Interesting. Thanks for the low-down.
Conversely, the longer I leave my rounds on to go dead , the more they sound like old school flats. Which is perfect for my fingertype of playing.
Yeah, I've always hated new, zingy sounding roundwounds.
It takes a long time to get that nice warm tone out of rounds. Why would I want to go backwards?
LOL. I was wondering how long it would be before Marloe ran out of material. That guy is seriously good. IMHO
This works on drummers