Technically the Aspri will affect the tuning of the guitar since it shortens the length of the strings of approximately 2mm in front of the saddle – but practically speaking, it is inaudible to the human ear unless you play together with other musicians, in which case we recommend that you re-tune your guitar once the Aspri is clipped-on and the problem is solved.
How long does the reverb last?alan2018-07-15T10:44:31+00:00
Whereas the unit will not damage your guitar if it stays installed, it is preferable to remove it when not in use in order to: A) preserve the lifespan of the inside springs, and B) avoid the detachment of the rubber pads on the talon of the unit.
Can I use my Acero unit on my nylon string guitar OR my Clásico unit on my steel string guitar?alan2018-07-23T21:17:40+00:00
Not a good idea: it won’t provide good sound and it could even break your strings. The inside of each type of unit is built to different specs and is therefore sensitive to different levels of spring tension and vibration.
Is it the same Aspri as the old model?alan2018-07-23T21:17:43+00:00
No. The new Aspri only shares the same overall aesthetics as its predecessor, but the type of springs, the tension, the talon, and the front bars have been changed in order to improve its sound. Also, each model has been designed in a way to improve its installation.
Is there an Aspri unit for 12-string guitars?alan2018-07-23T21:17:45+00:00
No there is not at this moment. However, it may work on certain 12-string guitars depending on the spacing between the pairs of strings. Also, we are developing new products and we’d love for you to return to our site to see the new developments. You can also sign up to our newsletter and receive updates on any forthcoming products.
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