So I had a Warmoth Evertune guitar for a while, and it was amazing for what it was; made recording (rhythm mainly) an absolute WONDER. I could focus on JUST performing, not looking at the tuner after every take.
But my divine hearing couldn't handle the "too good intonation" of the Evertune. It sounded great at it's own (better than other guitars) but it didn't really glue well with other recordings made with regular guitars.
For example, I could play along to my favorite CDs with my regular guitars, that sounded right.
But my Evertune guitar sounded "wrong"
So I ended up selling it... And today I had a band here recording and the constant tuning (especially since the guitarist wasn't very good at tuning himself ) I really wished I had my goddamn Evertune guitar again!
So... Anybody had shared the same experience as me, about the intonation? Or was it just me?
Also, can anybody with an Evertune guitar, film the guitar and a tuner:
1. Intonation when string is at "sweet spot"
2. Intonation when string is still in tune, but out of sweet spot (non-bendable) and see if the intonation is still 100% the same as when on sweet spot?
The saddle moves when the string goes out of sweet spot, but I never really checked this myself when I had my guitar I should have done that!
BTW; this was my Warmoth evertune guitar:
I recorded guitars for two albums with this before selling, here's one example;
Through a Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier...
WRONG FORUM! MOVE IT TO INSTRUMENTS!!!!!!