Oh you went to the same luthier as me except he asked me if I wanted to buy a guitar that eliminates all playing mistakes. Of course I said no, where would the fun be in that?Kintla wrote:I know it sounds a bit odd, but I remember talking with the luthier and he said he could minimize left hand string noise, (maybe I am confused it has been over 10 years ago, but this is what I remember him saying) and asked me if I would like him to do this, I said sure.
I've heard of luthiers saying that this can be achieved by tuning the soundboard to respond to and amplify the dynamic range of the playable notes of the guitar and deaden some of the higher frequencies (where the squeaks would be).Kintla wrote: my guitar was made with some kind of alteration to minimize left hand noise. I never asked exactly how or what he did to do this but I don't notice any extra left hand noise, so yes for me they work.
Don't worry. You'll feel the urge to try them again some time...if you are like me.Kintla wrote:Now I've got a bunch of strings that I will probably never use, but will probably keep "just in case".
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