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Old 07-24-2019, 07:35 PM   #11
Chris C.
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Default Re: Problems with High A?

RE: flat high A: I recall reading on here a few years ago that in the 70's and earlier a lot of pros tuned the high A a hair flat to make it stand out from the drones, because of its lower volume.

As for me, if the high A seems to disappear it doesn't bother me, as I can still hear it, and I'd rather have it in tune than sticking out from the drones. But that's just me.
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