A couple of nights ago the neck on my Alvarez snapped (didn't figure out what it was until the following day when i looked at the stand). This is what I did.... I took the strings of lazer leveled and remarried them with a biscuit style joint. I clamped all 3 axis's (sp) but to me it sounds like crap. No one else can tell. I have had 3 very nice acoustics that are no longer with me so instead of being ax-less i got this at guitar center for cheep. Maybe $170. My question is do vibrations get lost or is it just the body where the sound comes. It seems to me i have to play it harder (not gently) The neck looked like a reddish hardwood. Is this common, can I do anything about it? except be pissed and save up for another tak or martin or taylor
I beliueve othere tuner has the ability to adjust MHZ and I most likely changed its default setting by accident. I didn't know that it was litrerally 440 beats per sec. Cool. I did have a chuckle at the "7" reply. That was kind of funny. It sure makes since to me I must confess, makes since to me. thanks
I really like this site
By default one of my tuners is set at 433mhz. A different tuner (cheaper) doesn't have the ability to adjust MHZ but i asume its most likely set at 440; since the cheaper one seems to read higher. My question is this... Is there a "standard" mhz setting, or is it based on your guitar...the string gauge etc? What is a good setting for a begginer to moderate rythym guitarist such as myself? I know I'll get some good feedback. Thanks ya'll...James Clayton
excelent! I am trying the capo andf just playing the basic chords or barring the sercond fret (if its plus 2) and playing the chord. If I cant bar it im using a capo. Thanks for all the suport gentleman.
thanks guys that helps a LOT. I'm glad I stumbled upon this forum. I hope to learn a lot.
If u only have the answer to one of the questions ill take what i can get
Yea...i had a "ringer" on d 7th fret and they shaved it a hair. It works great now