Smooth playing bro!
I used to play with flatwound strings on my cheap acoustic.
The shopkeeper thought it was weird.
Well the shop went belly up and I’m still here!
No serioisly, on an amplified semi-acoustic, I think flatwounds sounds awesome! just mind the tension and go for light enough strings for acoustics
Caught this on YouTube and never followed the post up over here. Very nicely done sir and that new “toy” of yours is sounding really good in the first video, as is the second. You have certainly found a sweet tone for these pieces and hey those squeaks are part of life.
Thank you and thanks to you-tube
A lot of practice makes children , I’ve been saying all my life…
and hopefully a tiny bit less squeaking…but I got to accept some
I think maybe I’m afraid to ask what EXACTLY you’re practicing….
I thought this was a music/guitar forum!!!
I had assumed that something was “Lost in Translation” but found that to be quite funny!!! Not that there’s anything wrong with practicing……. ANYTHING!!! That said, I was just “poking fun” at you for how it was worded in English! No harm, right?
Ha ha ,of course no harm ,keep doing it this way No soft/prudence treatment for me
I thought that both sounded good but I think the Acoustasonic makes it sound more authentic. I found only one place in piece where the string noise or squeeking was too loud. I listened to Justin’s demo and he has string noise also so it may not be completely avoidable for this piece.
Thank you for your comment
I agree with you that it cannot be completely avoided and that at least once (I think just a little more) the squeaking is really too loud …
Not easy stuff there Roger. Sounded great and looked (looked) effortless. Nice job.
On the electric it feels for me what it looks like …on the acoustic it is a little different
but that is just because I`m new to that…