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Re: What does this mean?

3/10/2004 2:02 PM
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Re: What does this mean?
"I cannot see though,what's the possible link between a "phase correct" amp and sustain/feedback."  
 
I would agree with that! I would think that sustain/feedback would be a result of the mechanical sound wave from the speaker causing the strings/body of the guitar to vibrate. I calculate that the wavelength of the fundamental of the "C" on the first string is about 2 feet. So even if you know whether your output is "in phase" or "out of phase" with your input, you'd have to be the proper distance from the speaker for this to have an effect.

 
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Allen Presumably, when the string is movi... -- 3/10/2004 3:02 PM