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Old 04-19-2021, 01:19 PM
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All I can say is; I do not need to pluck as hard with a fresh set of strings. Because of this I also find the accuracy in which I play goes up. With accuracy and less hard plucking, the Tone, Harmonics & the Nuances in my playing style, becomes more pronounced.
For myself, those little bits of tone improvement, make the big overall difference. It is accumulative.
I suppose there is a tiny bit of zing with a new set, but in two days times the strings settle. Is it Zing that is gone? Or is it the stabilization of the string after a couple of days that brings the string to maturity? Hmmm? probably a bit of both.
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