#1
So I have this cheap epiphone Dr-100, still a pretty decent guitar though, and I took it on a trip to Peru where it stayed a week averaging about 10,000 feet in the air for a week in a relatively cool, low humidity climate. When I got back to the states, tone improved massively as if the altitude and conditions artificially "aged" it's wood. Just wondering if anyone else had a similar experience.
#2
tone is all in the fingers
it's all just coming back
it's all coming back

it's all coming back to me
#3
sucks if you can't improve the tone no matter how macchu try
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#4
Well tone is obviously I'm the fingers but the thing is that even compared to another dr-100 that I played that sounds very similar, afterwards mine sounds a bit warmer, as if the wood changed, but I might just he going crazy.
#5
To get that jimi hendrix tone i put a battery between the strings and the body near the bridge and it would make it sound distorted cause it would rattle around
#6
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sucks if you can't improve the tone no matter how macchu try

A poem.
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#7
spending a week at 10,000 foot may have affected your mind so you think it sounds better .
#8
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sucks if you can't improve the tone no matter how macchu try

Yeah, it's really too bad if you're Incapable of doing such a thing.