I mount these ropes, pulling "light" on my 12 string forty years, just not too hard to force the voltage handle. I bought this secondhand guitar, and strings were rinsed, badly mounted on it.
After having adjusted r-mount in the right direction, wound properly, defeated the nodes of the origins strings that crossed over / under, I offered my Japanese a new game. Because it's worth it!
Since then, I have no problem with keeping agree, albeit mostly of adjustment and string tension during assembly.
The guitar sounds much fairer, though the intonation is false slightly on this guitar. It may be of the bridge saddle. In any case it is far better than before. I always had a dcalage between the main rope and chanterelle in the treble. It's finished. The guitar has almost lost his "chorus" natural so the strings do "fight" more. The accuracy is slamming too. To see if the sound is not mattifies slightly with age. I hope that these cords will age slowly, as suggre marketing!
I mounted the ropes, pulling to "light" on my 12 string for about forty years, history of blood not too hard to force the handle. I bought this guitar secondhand, and ropes were rinsed, mounted over evil.
After having re-adjusted, mounted in the right direction, properly wrapped, defeated the origins of knots ropes which crossed over / under, I gave my Japanese game nine. Because it's worth it!
Since then I have no problem holding agreement, although this is mainly due to the adjustment and string tension when fitting.
The guitar sounds much more correct, although the intonation is slightly wrong on this guitar. This may be due to the bridge saddle. In any case it is far better than before. I was always a gap between the main rope and chanterelle in the treble. It's over. The guitar has almost lost its "chorus" natural so the strings do not "fight" more. The accuracy is there, slamming too. To see if the sound does not matifies somewhat with age. I hope these ropes grow old slowly, as suggested in the marketing!