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Old 07-02-2020, 06:12 PM
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I am tempted to put heavier strings on my X30 and tune it down to C-c like a pseudo baritone. The low end power would be asset there.
My fan fret X30 pretty much lives in drop D & DADGAD. I swear who ever invented DADGAD was visualizing a fan fret X30 in their minds eye. It's a perfect combo. Several people have asked if it's a baritone.

With the shorter scale lengths the mids and highs have plenty of definition and chime while the lows maintain punch and articulation.
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