ernie kleinman wrote:Jeff, I/m still reading the gore/gilet book .What meter or tester do you use to measure the live or inactive back frequency with ??thanks.
Alan Carruth wrote:What I've found in my building is that I tend to like the 'back' and 'top' resonances fairly close to each other. Having the back a semitone above the top when the guitar has had some time to settle in gives the strongest practical coupling between the two, yielding a lower pitched and stronger 'air' resonance without risk of 'wolf' tones....
Alan Carruth wrote:...If that's the case, then the difference between my 'semitone' and G/G's 'four semitone' recommendations could be mostly a matter of taste. They can both work.
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