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MessageSujet: Danelectro (bis)   Dim 17 Déc - 15:11

Je viens de recevoir cet email de Dany trés interessant sur les tirants de cordes pour Danelec. et Sylvertone:

I am certain that .012-.054 gauge strings will be just fine on a Danelectro; After all, the Baritone and 6 string Bass are virtually the same except for the bridge saddles and nut slots, ....mounted on a standard U2 body as is the DCBass; Much more tension and leverage than with Spanish strings on a Spanish scale-length & neck! I also feel certain that Evets / Danelectro (and Steve Soest) put MUCH attention into the reissue engineering to make sure that it would reliably withstand ALL string gauges sold for Electric Guitars. Also keep in mind that until about 1964, custom string gauges did not commonly exist; Black Diamond strings from a local drug store or variety store was by far the most common guitar strings source; And Black Diamonds were very near the 12-54 range! HOWEVER, if Dano vintage history is any indication, I have seen several OLD / vintage Danos (spanish and bass) crack and even collapse their tops between the neck butt and front pickup cavity, which also causes the perimeter frame to warp as well. Those damage history cases were surely due to careless / abnormal / abusive bending stress / strain being put on the guitar at the neck pocket ....and NOT by string tension; There just isn't allot of bending moment vector on a guitar from string tension (otherwise you wouldn't be able to press all the strings across a fret with a single-finger in barre chords!). BUT, I would keep that neck-heel / front pickup cavity damage-point history in mind and take care to handle a heavy-gauge strung Dano with that respect; A hard fall against the back of the neck might be too much for the neck joint's top bracing.

Here's some real numbers should you desire to take a look at things from a technical approach:

STEEL GUITAR STRING GAUGES
http://www.hawaiiansteel.com/learning/gauges.html

STEEL MASTERS' TUNINGS
http://www.hawaiiansteel.com/learning/setups.html

JOHN'S ARTICLE ABOUT OPEN TUNINGS
http://www.hawaiiansteel.com/learning/tunings.html
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GUITAR STRINGS TENSION AND GAUGES PHYSICS INFORMATION AND CALCULATORS:
STRING TENSION INFO AND CALCULATOR
http://www.greenmanhumming.com/html/StringCalc/Multistringcalc.html

BREAKING LOAD CHART
http://www.mjwire.com/mjw_mandolin.html

STRING TENSION INHARMONICITY ARTICLE
http://www.afn.org/~afn49304/youngnew.htm
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