Author Topic: String Dampers - Improves DSP Modeling, Alt Tuning, GTR-MIDI  (Read 19318 times)

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Offline mooncaine

Re: String Dampers - Improves DSP Modeling, Alt Tuning, GTR-MIDI
« Reply #50 on: April 21, 2017, 08:19:32 AM »
If I buy a damper, I'll get Batten's because it looks like it weighs less, because she's a player who has proved its use, and because she's a player, period. Support a musician, etc., know what i mean? I wish she sold the 6-string individual damper b/c that looks useful.

Offline admsustainiac

Re: String Dampers - Improves DSP Modeling, Alt Tuning, GTR-MIDI
« Reply #51 on: April 21, 2017, 08:52:04 AM »
If I buy a damper, I'll get Batten's because it looks like it weighs less, because she's a player who has proved its use, and because she's a player, period. Support a musician, etc., know what i mean? I wish she sold the 6-string individual damper b/c that looks useful.

Jennifer is a great musician , but the guy selling the UltraMute is hardly a slouch



Offline Elantric

Re: String Dampers - Improves DSP Modeling, Alt Tuning, GTR-MIDI
« Reply #52 on: May 31, 2017, 01:58:30 PM »

Offline Tony Raven

Re: String Dampers - Improves DSP Modeling, Alt Tuning, GTR-MIDI
« Reply #53 on: July 03, 2017, 06:33:03 PM »
The times I've muted at the nut, I've gone Chapman-style, but downtuned a half-step so that I could still keep up with (down to?) the other instruments.

I've long wondered if the string ends inside most vibratos might be adding ring, but have yet to actually check it. And then there's the vibrato springs... ::)

In any case, definitely kill the wolftones at headstock & tailpiece.

 

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