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Slavenko Erazer
post Aug 29 2012, 05:43 PM
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Oh man, i like this guy!!




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post Aug 29 2012, 05:57 PM
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Mattias is like a mad scientist of guitar tongue.gif


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post Aug 29 2012, 05:58 PM
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yeah! Mattias is an awesome shredder! I like how he plays and also enjoy his music.


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post Aug 29 2012, 07:05 PM
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Wow thanks for sharing this happy.gif


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post Aug 29 2012, 09:12 PM
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Great player. He has a yearly guitar camp if you are up for it smile.gif


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post Aug 30 2012, 07:19 AM
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QUOTE (Slavenko Erazer @ Aug 29 2012, 08:43 AM) *
Oh man, i like this guy!!

Interesting what he was saying about the compensated frets, I had never heard this before. I must know more. smile.gif It doesn't look like it would be too incredibly hard to compensate for other than the strange look as if the fretboard is melting blink.gif Anyone ever play a guitar with compensated frets? Also does this mean all guitar players that have standard frets are going to somehow have a flawed sense of pitch? And all of our guitars are never in tune?! OMG I am freaking out!! unsure.gif laugh.gif
Thanks Slav..Thanks alot man... dry.gif wink.gif
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post Aug 30 2012, 09:38 AM
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QUOTE (AK Rich @ Aug 30 2012, 06:19 AM) *
Interesting what he was saying about the compensated frets, I had never heard this before. I must know more. smile.gif It doesn't look like it would be too incredibly hard to compensate for other than the strange look as if the fretboard is melting blink.gif Anyone ever play a guitar with compensated frets? Also does this mean all guitar players that have standard frets are going to somehow have a flawed sense of pitch? And all of our guitars are never in tune?! OMG I am freaking out!! unsure.gif laugh.gif
Thanks Slav..Thanks alot man... dry.gif wink.gif



I found on another site about compensated frets on his Caparison Apple Horn Wtt

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I won't try to convince people by writing stuff on a forum, but all I can say is TRY IT before you make your conclusions people! I have converted several stubborn guitarists purely by letting them try my Caparison

And for the record - bends are in no way affected by True Temperament frets, neither is the whole feeling of the instrument. It doesn't feel anything different than a normal guitar, it will just sound a heck of a lot better. Trust me!

I agree with you, Lohengrin, that it's expensive and that it's sad that you have to send it to Sweden for fret jobs. As long as it's this expensive, I understand that people hesitate.

What we need to understand with True Temperament though, is that it is nothing like Buzz Feiten or Earvana, and is working MILLIONS of times better!
Why? Well, intonation issues on a guitar is mainly due to the straight frets. As long as we're stuck with the straitjacket of the straight frets, we won't get anywhere near anything pure.
Buzz Feiten and Earvana does the best they can with straight frets, and compensates for intonation at twelve spots - six at the nut and six at the bridge saddles - while True Temperament with its curly frets compensates on all the frets individually, 144 points (on a 24 fret guitar). You do the math
Don't get me wrong - I admire the work of both Feiten and Earvana, but with facts in hand - they attack the issues from a totally different angle than Anders, and can't therefore even be compared. True Temperament is WAY more sophisticated and well working. So once again - all I can say is - try it out before you make your conclusions! You will be amazed!"

http://www.caparisonforum.com/forum/showth...ison-model-ever



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post Aug 30 2012, 10:18 AM
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This rhythm are a lot used in Balkan and Oriental music , haha



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post Aug 30 2012, 11:22 AM
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Yes, the crazy, squeaky Swedish guy.. remember when I first heard his albums ! smile.gif


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post Aug 30 2012, 02:20 PM
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"Young, old, boy/man, girl/woman, race or where you’re from doesn’t matter. It’s only about Dedication. The only of its kind, Freak Guitar Camp has during the past years rapidly grown from a small course for Swedes to what now only can be described as a major international success! Though plenty of details have been improved during the years the basic concept is still the same: what you get are six intensive days of hard work (an understatement) in the Scandinavian wilderness, hang out with like-minded guitar fanatics and get yourself a life-altering experience."

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post Aug 30 2012, 02:54 PM
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I would gladly come if i could somewhow create myself in Sweden at the time wink.gif
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Was lookin at those frets thinking, what da... then he explained standard fretboards suck and are wrong tongue.gif
Note to self: Get wasted and jump out a closed window to get that cool glass piece in finger! lol

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QUOTE (Azzaboi @ Aug 30 2012, 11:02 AM) *
Note to self: Get wasted and jump out a closed window to get that cool glass piece in finger! lol

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I found on another site about compensated frets on his Caparison Apple Horn Wtt

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I won't try to convince people by writing stuff on a forum, but all I can say is TRY IT before you make your conclusions people! I have converted several stubborn guitarists purely by letting them try my Caparison

And for the record - bends are in no way affected by True Temperament frets, neither is the whole feeling of the instrument. It doesn't feel anything different than a normal guitar, it will just sound a heck of a lot better. Trust me!

I agree with you, Lohengrin, that it's expensive and that it's sad that you have to send it to Sweden for fret jobs. As long as it's this expensive, I understand that people hesitate.

What we need to understand with True Temperament though, is that it is nothing like Buzz Feiten or Earvana, and is working MILLIONS of times better!
Why? Well, intonation issues on a guitar is mainly due to the straight frets. As long as we're stuck with the straitjacket of the straight frets, we won't get anywhere near anything pure.
Buzz Feiten and Earvana does the best they can with straight frets, and compensates for intonation at twelve spots - six at the nut and six at the bridge saddles - while True Temperament with its curly frets compensates on all the frets individually, 144 points (on a 24 fret guitar). You do the math
Don't get me wrong - I admire the work of both Feiten and Earvana, but with facts in hand - they attack the issues from a totally different angle than Anders, and can't therefore even be compared. True Temperament is WAY more sophisticated and well working. So once again - all I can say is - try it out before you make your conclusions! You will be amazed!"

http://www.caparisonforum.com/forum/showth...ison-model-ever

Man they are proud of those guitars, spendy spendy!
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post Aug 31 2012, 09:50 AM
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IDK why are caparison guitars most expensive serial production guitars on the world...
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