wow, your right! I just realized that B is an
underused key and my sustainor likes it!
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Sent: Sunday, August 10, 2008 10:30
Subject: Re: Just got this video into
One EXTRA PLUS is that if I just switch it on and let it go..
after a few seconds of strings fighting for attention, its always the B string
that takes over and becomes dominant. I NEVER used to play in B,(always A or E
or D) but I tried B because of this, (thinking that if the guitar was alive
its favorite key is B, so I better not argue with that) and now I have
discovered the wonders of playing in B!! Now my favorite key!
On Sun, Aug 10, 2008 at 11:15 AM, Per Boysen <email@example.com>
Sun, Aug 10, 2008 at 1:01 AM, Jeff Duke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Have you ever played with the Fernandes sustainor
setup? It does have a
> harmonics mode
> where it jumps up an
octave. I wonder how it would feel in comparison. I
> love the idea of
an fx loop on the sustainac c. Maybe an auto wah/envelope
> to free up the feet.
Yes, I did a thorough
shot-out of all systems for a guitar player
magazine article two years
ago. Personally I don't like the Fernandes
as much as the Sustaniac C,
but I know other players that are happy
with the Fernandes. I borrowed a
guitar with the Fernandes already
mounted, that's a good way to find out
"how it feels". My experience
is that the Fernandes is "cleaner" and
"less organic". That probably
comes from the fact that the vibration
feedback is transmitted
magnetically. The Sustainiac C does it
mechanically through the wood
of the neck and of course that must color
the process in some way.
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