If you have a "single hole per string" tie block on the bridge of your guitar, bridge beads may improve the break angle of the string over the saddle. That also means you may be able to lower the saddle more and still get an acceptable break angle to hold the string in place.njoneja wrote:Pardon my ignorance, how do bridge beads help with lowering action? (They look like a significant improvement for installing strings anyway, so I'll give them a shot regardless).
I second that. I own an Eden concert model and the playability is really excellent. I made a second saddle lowering progressively the action to a minimum of 2.8mm and 2.2mm in the 12th fret , and to my surprise it didn't have any buzzes even with a rather aggressive playing style! It, however, lost some strength, so I went back to my normal action of 3.8mm and 3mm which is really comfortable too.vigmostad wrote:I just got the Cadenza model made by Stephen Eden. The playability is simply fantastic and the sound likewise. 2000GBP at Kentguitarclassics. You can listen to it on a youtube review.
Smallman guitar is extremely easy to play. The carbon fiber fingerboard is super smooth.Denian Arcoleo wrote:The easiest guitar to play in my own experience is a Greg Smallman. The thing practically plays itself!
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