What so Evertune also increases string tension of thinner strings on shorter scale lengths? Or by flub do you mean pitch drift?
I presume it means you can get away with using lighter gauge strings that don't generate as much bass reponse without having their noodle-like state affect tone or pitch drifting etc.What so Evertune also increases string tension of thinner strings on shorter scale lengths? Or by flub do you mean pitch drift?
A combo of Evertune and long scale length isn't overkill. You get a couple of benefits depending on the way you setup the bridge. In one setting, lets say you're recording rhythm and you have a heavy picking hand. With the evertune you can combat the pitch going sharp regardless of how hard you pick.
Well, it takes really over the top picking for it to happen with my 27" Ultratone, tbh. I picked an ET guitar so I could play downtuned but with lighter strings and keep the ligher string attack.Now even with an appropriate gauge and long scale without evertune, you'll still get a sharp pitch shift if you pick hard.