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 Back and forth from hi bass 4th to standard tuning 
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Post Re: Back and forth from hi bass 4th to standard tuning
Gerald wrote:
The strings only break, when you have no spare available.....

Haha! So that's why...

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Post Re: Back and forth from hi bass 4th to standard tuning
This sounds like a job for a GK3 and a Boss GP10, or VG99. both of those allow custom tuning, by simply changing a patch. Ive been contemplating doing that on my grand.

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Post Re: Back and forth from hi bass 4th to standard tuning
I'm no where close to seeing what this tuning (5ths&4ths) has in store. The highbass4 is just icing vs. powdered sugar.

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