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Exitao

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RE: Are treble nylon strings a scam? (in reply to Florian

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ORIGINAL: Florian

wow i cant belive u guys dont notice the difference in new trebles lol am I alone in this ? is it all just in my head ?


but i think i can feel and hear the difference in trebles that have been on for a month and fresh trebles

the fresh trebles have alot more after note...the older ones just have the note and thats it..


someone please agree with me lol ( if you feel the same ) so that i dont think i am alone...its lonely being alone


What do you mean "after note"? Like sustain?


I really think you're probably right about what you think you hear. But everyone plays differently, so maybe they just wear down their strings differently?

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Florian

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RE: Are treble nylon strings a scam? (in reply to Exitao

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What do you mean "after note"? Like sustain?


not just that...


the only way i can describe it is...

when u use a pickup on a nylon string guitar u only get the exact note...nothing of the stuff that sorrounds it..


but when u use a microphone also get those natural sounds that go with the note.....am I making any sence lol ? i wont blame u if not..i am writting it and i am scratching my head

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I really think you're probably right about what you think you hear. But everyone plays differently, so maybe they just wear down their strings differently?



I dont know...its a posibility..

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Georg

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RE: Are treble nylon strings a scam? (in reply to John O.

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I get mine from the internet with a quantity discount on full packs so I just end up changing them all, no use having a bunch of unused trebles lying around...


Hey John, would you mind telling me, where you order your strings? I order mines from the internet too, and I think I already found the cheapest distributor.


When I really feel the need to clean my strings, I use one of those ultrasonic cleaning machines (The ones where you put in your glasses or jewellery). There the strings really get all their dirt off.
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