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- TUSQ delivers a rich tone, crystal clear bell like high end with big open lows and a significant increase in harmonic content and harmonic sustain
- Increase harmonics equals more richness and character in your tone
- Its the difference between a four piece choir and a twelve piece choir singing every time your play a note
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TUSQ delivers a rich tone, crystal clear bell like high end with big open lows and a significant increase in harmonic content and harmonic sustain; Increase harmonics equals more richness and character in your tone; Its the difference between a four piece choir and a twelve piece choir singing every time your play a note
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Expected these to be quite hard as I wanted the 12 stringer strings to be a little closer. But by the time you tune up (and I tune down a whole tone instead of just a 1/2 tone) the strings are were already digging grooves into the saddle. Which is why I should have bought the 10 pack because I don't know how deep the strings will eventually settle in the grooves they made.
Oh well, guess this time I'll leave a few thousandths more for settling since I like very low action, I don't want to have it perfectly dialed it in and have the strings settle a few thousandths more and have strings start buzzing.
As far as the debate about Tusq, bone, etc. ringing more than plastic, I'd need a sound wave machine or something to measure it by. It does SEEM to sound better than the cheap plastic saddle Epi puts in their cheapest guitars, (or it could be from the Elixirs I put on), but by how much is subjective. I don't think anyone would tell me my AJ-100 or DR-212 sounds much better than stock because I replace the saddles. Still, they are an excellent replacement.