Meanwhile I have practiced with my selfmade axe for a week or two and can present the first musical result. I have chosen an old violin-etude, which I had studied on the violin twenty years ago. The etude was composed by Rodolphe Kreutzer and it is the fourth of his etudes for violin solo. It’s easy to transfer it to the guitar playing it one octave lower than notated. I used my Kemper Profiling amp (read my review here) and set up a 5150 amp with a Tubescreamer in front. Though it’s a high gain sound you can hear, that the guitar has a very good attack and picking-response. I had to adjust my left hand a bit to the longer 660mm scale and the neck-profile. If you want to play this little etude yourself, you can use the standard notation, which I have attached.
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