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|28th May 2008, 08:12 PM||#1|
Join Date: May 2008
Location: On a mushroom
Hi wonderful expert musical people
I am a guitarist that is confused by resonators -- these are the proper metal one's I am talking about by Dobro and National and a whole host of copy cat versions.
There is a confusing array
Set up for slide
Set up for pick ( I need pick)
many makes like Ozark and wierd names I have never heard before.
I read reviews and there are divided views on which is best.
Ozarks look great but dont sustain
Dobro's require a remortgage of your house - family - dog - sell the wife etc.
Then there is the range of biscuits in a wooden box which to me dont sound right.
I'm seeking one that sustains - nice action for normal play (not slide) looks good -- doesnt mean I have to sell my family to science. Budget = £900 max --- $1700
Hum likes to have a nice "Noise to Signal" ratio
To "Hum" is to be noticed Quality hum is when it pours out of Electrostatic speakers
|30th May 2008, 03:13 PM||#3|
Is this the right page?
I am really not sure because the posted link is completely unspecific. I found a really good article that gives a better explanation. The page may be found here:
Hope this helps
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