Re: Phil's new bass
On Nov 10, 12:37 pm, LP <so.you...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Nov 10, 9:35 am, LP <so.you...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Nov 10, 8:59 am, Mark Scalise <markscal...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Interesting design . . .
It's a Ritter Jupiter custom made to Phil's specific requests.
Far out indeed. Does the anchoring of the strings way past the bridge
have any sonic benefits?
- Re: Right hand
... > evident that anchoring my right hand on the strings behind the bridge ... stroke across a few strings, when the elbow becomes the pivot if the stroke ... I don't have large hands so anchoring isn't an advantage for me. ...
- Right hand
... evident that anchoring my right hand on the strings behind the bridge ... I'm a technique snob and I think this is bad technique, ...
- Re: Article on Tone Quality of the Guitar.
... bridge makes the largest change as the guitar is assembled. ... Also with the strings, and the player. ... of the bridge were necessary to support the anchoring point for the ...
- Life with my Variax 300 [long]
... Unpacking the Variax 300 revealed no problems. ... It's just a tiny bit sharp on a couple of strings. ... and tools are provided for the bridge and truss rod. ... The neck is nice and slim. ...
- Re: adjust a strat whammy bar?
... Sounds like your bridge has been set so the baseplate sits flat on ... will reduce the spring tension and allow the bridge to float. ... if the strings are higher it will take more effort to ... When the trem is set against the body when you bend strings you do not ...