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Re: Mounting a Sustainiac B on a lap steel guitar



The heavier the strings, the better the result.  I don't know what gauge you're using but it might be worth a shot.

Kevin

>I need some advice from you guitar players as Im a novice to stringed instruments. I have used quite a few lap steels in the past, but only with an E-Bow. The thing I disliked about the E-Bow was its buzzing tone, no matter how I placed it. It always tended to sound too "bluesy" for what I had in mind. Im more after that sweet, singing tone Robert Rich coaxes from his lap steel. And thats why I did this:
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