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Mixing flats and rounds.


Johnny Duart

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I had this crazy idea and wondered if it has ever been done by anyone....... I like the warmth of flatwounds for the lowest notes, but I like the brightness of rounds for when I play the higher notes..........I was thinking about using flatwounds for the B, E, A strings on my five string, and roundwounds for the D, and G strings. Anyone have an opinion on that?

Peace, Johnny

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no, you shouldn't do that, it's forbidden by a number of universal regulations, and you will get marked for termination if you even think about doing something like that...

 

oh, {censored}, you've already tought of it, you're screwed, dude, they are going to come for you soon!

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no, you shouldn't do that, it's forbidden by a number of universal regulations, and you will get marked for termination if you even think about doing something like that...


oh, {censored}, you've already tought of it, you're screwed, dude, they are going to come for you soon!

 

 

+1

 

 

they are gonna take away your union cards and fine you for sure:mad:

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