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Discussion in 'Hardware, Setup & Repair [BG]' started by Every1TookMyName, Sep 5, 2001.
But I'd check out an E-Bow, same/similar results, no mods necessary.
Michael Manring uses it a lot.
no, an ebow isn't really what I'm looking for.
You cannot install a guitar sustainer system onto a bass as far as I know. Fernandes used to make a bass version, but stopped selling them a while ago. Your best bet is to contact Fernandes themselves and ask them about it. They do make custom basses with it installed.
what about this?
The simple way
to get more sustain,
overtones and balance
from any guitar
or this, the fatfinger
Barroso, how does that fatfinger piece work?
Btw I have been searching for a sustain bridge for a while. You should speak with Michael Manring, he was using a prototype sustain bridge for his fretless.
Fathead.? Sounds like your talking about my brother.
I thought that the "Fatfinger" was sold originally to help cure dead spots on the fingerboard by adding mass to the headstock. I suppose it could add sustain but I've never tried one personally. Could be wrong but it sounds like a brain fart to me.
Best of Luck
never tried one...sorry! i know them only by name! and here in italy i havent seen one yet!
peter steele in type o negative has a sustainer on his fernandes bass.
Maniac Music makes a Sustainiac model for bass. (FWIW, the Fernandes Sustainer is a reverse-engineered version of an older model of the Sustainiac.)
I know this post is ancient but here you go
Having one of those must be so much fun, any details to share?
All I can say is it runs off 18v, and is kind of like taming a beast when its engaged, it's very versatile when it comes to sound, especially the harmonics of it, blows sustainiac out of the water too btw, I found out recently that it's just the driver that's been discontinued, a regular fernandes sustainer circuit will power it, same one they had in older guitar models. I just bought a gotoh 510br bridge I found on eBay, not gonna do any vids til that's equipped