Except that then, you wouldn’t be able to move it around and tune out dead spots. Not so clever now, eh?If I believed this made much difference, I would embed a slug in headstocks, cover it with a laminated face, and and have some kind of secret weapon/edge on the t-type market I reckon...
Well, I could try it, but then the reviews would be about neck dive most likely!
If you're experiencing dead spots in the context of a chord, it is possible your intonation is playing a role. When notes harmonize, the sum of the two, or more notes is greater than the whole. So you might hear a lack of volume from a note that is not in tune/harmony with the other notes.Can you explain sure I understand
Not to be a buzzkill, but I have one and with judicious use it can clear up dead spots. I don't know that it would add the kind of sustain that would be generally noticeable all over the guitar, but in the case of dead spots, it really does work. You have to move it around the headstock to find the best location, but it makes a difference.