Re: Nut Material
This is a matter of taste mostly. I had a bone nut put on an acoustic
guitar some years ago. I don't think sustain was enhanced. The guitar
definitely became a brighter instrument but not by a huge amount. And in
this guitar the brightness was not an improvement in my opinion.
A fairly fresh set of strings and the ability to play are far more
- Re: Bolt-on vs. glued vs. neck-through?
... This is true - it is the electronics sustain and not natural sustain ... and compression and really help a guitar sustain. ... SO I just don't think that the neck design (at least the way ...
- Re: The role of wood in electric guitar sound (long)
... You may even prefer the 'sonically dull' sound ... or in a rosewood guitar body vs a mahogany body. ... I think resonance in a solid body is a bad thing even though most ... the more resonance the leass sustain. ...
- Re: String gauge and sustain?
... current impression is that light gauges sustain better than heavier ... don't lose as much to the guitar body by resonance. ... see those thick strings in a a piano?? ... Bridge replacement for me has been the most ...
- Re: Getting a good, modern jazz sound
... band if you show up with a toy guitar and amp -- or even ... coming out of the amp that was missing. ... You cant get that sustain without pedals. ... automatically over the course of attack and decay. ...
- Re: Sustain
... You've never played a light guitar so how could you possibly ... You logic would imply that a string would not be able to vibrate at all then. ... So if you are getting great sustain on a light instrument that doesn't mean that all light instruments have great sustain. ... It's also not true that if you don't get good sustain on a heavy instrument that all heavy instruments will have bad sustain. ...