stringkilla Posted June 13, 2006 Report Share Posted June 13, 2006 Here's a question I've always debated with my friends, to no avail. I have a Schecter Omen, along with a Strat and a Tele and a LP, and I have them on stands in my cnc laboratory. In the summer it's air conditioned, and in winter just standard electric baseboard heat. Niether source is excessive. Here's the deal. Each one of them is always in different degrees of tune. Meaning they are out of tune differently. The Shecter is the worst. The others have maybe the G and B strings just slightly off. My take on this is the neck woods are all curing at different rates. Taking in varying amounts of moisture at any given humidity or dryness in the air. I live in New England, and it's true, wait five minutes and it will change. The Omen is about ten yrs. old, the Strat a pre CBS. The neck is stamped 1964, The Tele is a Squire, reletively new, maybe 3 yrs. and the LP is 42 yrs old . I bought it when I was in high school. Any comments on this. I'd like to know what you all think about this. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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