This. Especially during winter when I try to keep my heating bill under control - the humidity and temperature fluctuates a bit and the guitars on the wall go ever so slightly sharp/flat. I play the ol' classic G chord and it sounds perfectly fine until I plug in the tuner - every time.
If your interface allows rerouting and has enough inputs and outputs you might be able to make a "fx loop" and insert it where you need in your daw.
In theory I see this working with my Audient ID interface.
I had the same guitar as my first 7 string. It was a great gateway into extended range guitars for me but it wasn't anything great either. Tuning stability was definitely one of the main issues. It was OK when it was on the wall hanger but after 10 or so minutes of playing, the tuning started to...
Chrome at work, Firefox at home and Safari on phone - I don't have any popups.
I do get daily lingerie ad's on the sidebar and on the bottom though :) But I'd rather look at those instead of some stupid online betting crap..
You probably could 3D print a cover that clips on your neck pickup and extends from the end of the fretboard to the edge of bridge pickup. I mean it works in theory, custom made for each guitar of course as was mentioned before.
How's the master volume on those?
It sucks so much that I have to stay in the ~75db range (according to my Iphone mic) with my guitar playing. There are so many tube amps that I'd like to try but the apartment handicap keeps me from buying them haha. That Super Crush has been on my mind for a...