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Old 03-09-2021, 03:23 PM
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Originally Posted by g-dude View Post
So Iím a rank beginner when it comes to classical guitar, but in the world of bass guitar, sympathetic vibrations are to be avoided.

Should I be focusing on trying to prevent it, or is it just a function of the instrument that should be embraced?

I know that on the double bass, sympathetic vibrations can make it really easy to tell if your intonation is spot on (hit the E perfectly on the D string, and watch that low E start to shake).
A sympathetic vibration shows that the intonation is spot on, while sympathetic vibrations are to be avoided. I'm out of the loop here.
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