#1
Where can I find it? I know warmoth has it, but not induvidually for sale. Obviously not real. I'm guessing it would be some alloy that wasn't soft but still would tear up the wires or vice versa.
Baxter, you know I don't speak spanish.
#2
it's probably brass, like they use on warwicks. i like the tone of it. it adds a little warmth and mellowness to the tone, in addition to looking cool. particularly with gold hardware.
i'm not sure how fast it wears out. warwick says it lasts longer than normal fretwire, but i've heard from guitar techs that it wears faster.
#3
normal fretwire is nickel, right?
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#4
Quote by gonzosrevenge55
it's probably brass, like they use on warwicks. i like the tone of it. it adds a little warmth and mellowness to the tone, in addition to looking cool. particularly with gold hardware.
i'm not sure how fast it wears out. warwick says it lasts longer than normal fretwire, but i've heard from guitar techs that it wears faster.

Yeah, I fugured it would something along the lines of brass.
As for the wear, I don't mind the extra, I just want gold frets.
Baxter, you know I don't speak spanish.
#6
Quote by Sendrith
normal fretwire is nickel, right?
Well, German Nickel. It's a nickel-silver alloy I think?
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