#1
Hey guys,
yesterday i decided to change strings and was bored so i raised the stopbar on my g-400 from being directly on the body to about a cm raised, i thought it looked better, but it ended up making my sustain like 500 times better i couldnt believe it, is this normal lol

i also dropped the tune-o-matic bridge to get the strings a lil closer to the frets culd that have been what did it?
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#2
Next time try to stop bar against the body and the top wrap thing it might have same effect. Most of it could have been the action change.
#3
Yup. The closer to the strings the more output from your guitar. Too close the magnetic pull can actually make your notes go sharp. You just got to find the "sweet spot." If you like the way it sound now then rock on!
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#4
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Yup. The closer to the strings the more output from your guitar. Too close the magnetic pull can actually make your notes go sharp. You just got to find the "sweet spot." If you like the way it sound now then rock on!


well i got emg 81 85s so theres no pull from them
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Last edited by JimmyBanks6 at Jan 26, 2009,