Feeling and hearing it are far less reliable than understanding it.The irony is that it just doesn't matter, even if it feels like it does matter.
If somebody is speculating , then that person doesn't need to know.
It's like a person asking about one particular part of a puzzle, whether it be the specific output of a Pratt & Whitney turbofan engine or the growth rate of Seattle grown Alder.
The information means very little to nothing except to someone that needs to know.
This information, this guitar information..means nothing unless you hear it. You have to hear it. When you can hear it, it all becomes very clear indeed, at least from the players needs perspective. Everything else, the whole ego based arguing for the sake of it and repeating other peoples BS is, I have learnt, a total waste of everyones time.
A lot of people want to know the ' hidden' information, the voodoo secrets..because that's the nature of people, they want to know things. In my opinion, they're asking for the wrong reasons, either you feel it, hear it or you don't.
"Today I'm going to compare my ibanez rg to my strat" please comment it the section below to tell me which you liked better....."So sick of YouTube. That guy’s full of it.
He probably makes A LOT of money of clickbait controversial videos. Sensationalism sells.So sick of YouTube. That guy’s full of it.
Without any disrespect intended, this makes no practical sense.Feeling and hearing it are far less reliable than understanding it.
From the musical perspective, hearing it is all that matters.
From the ' oh well what can entertain me on a whimsical level'..understanding it could be important, and absolutely useless otherwise apart from the aforementioned use to MAKE AND PLAY MUSIC.
True.What I think is going on is that there is a lot of looking at guitars going on, and not much playing.