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|10/11/2003 2:53 AM|
||String savers saddles|
Just picked up some string savers for my les paul. Any tips on installing these?
What are your opinions on them, like/dislike.
I am hoping these will solve a pesky G-string problem.
|10/13/2003 5:41 PM|
I would like to hear what people think of these too as Im considering installing a set on my strat guitar to help get rid of the sitar sounding hi E string.
|10/14/2003 8:10 AM|
They work fine for me.
The sound seems to have more body and no more strings breaking at the bridge.
Any more questions about it?
|10/14/2003 12:48 PM|
How is the tone campared to the older saddles?
Also do these wear easily like the carbon fiber nut that some manufacturers use on guitars?
|10/16/2003 10:54 AM|
Have mine installed for years now and no sign of wear whatsoever...
The tone is a little fatter,not a radical change but sound rounder than the old style fender saddles,you know,the thin classic ones(that i happen to hate,by the way)....
I also noticed an improvement in sustain,maybe due to the mass of the saddles...
|10/16/2003 12:29 PM|
Thanks for the info Luijo,
I'll probably get some this weekend for my strat as I love playing that guitar but the tone could stand to be a little fatter.
|10/17/2003 9:12 AM|
You're welcome,please keep us informed...
Remember...it's not like installing a midboost or something like that,just a slight fattening in tone...
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