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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Boil, Nov 14, 2019.
Going to leave mine as is.
I'm wearing socks.
Oh the toys we have available to us now!
and I'm not wearing socks cuz I'm wearing cargo shorts!( and sandals)
I'd be concerned with using that on a prized acoustic in case it ends up being too much tension for the bridge or top to handle. Yeah, just going to a heavier gauge of strings might actually add more pressure than this device, but I've seen plenty of acoustics that were set up normally and yet still had problems from string tension pulling things out of whack.
Its a cool concept, but I'd tread carefully with a fine instrument. Fine for a beater guitar I guess.
No thanks, my Taylor already has 6 extra strings on it.
I'm surprised no one has come up with a pedal to do that yet.
be a good way to
So does mine, what you got?
'96 A 450.
I think our chosen acoustics are what we have looked for. I would not add that to my Taylor, a Gibson nor a Martin. what's the use of it?
Want extra sound, buy a 12 string or Nashville tune a guitar.
“With the Addstring playing the guitar will be never the same again.”
No, I don’t imagine it will.
Mine is a 355ce and a GA3-12
So should I sell my shares in this company now or later?
I consider myself a low to mid intermediate guitarist, so I guess I'm out.
Right. And when they do somebody will come on here asking how to install the pedal in their guitar.
So it sounds like a twelve string that's missing five strings......?
Cool, will it work with a 7 string cause 7 + 1 = 8...
You know what would be cool? 13 strings.
Add that a couple of benders and a drop D and you'll have more crap on your guitar than you know what to so with.