Erring on being a niche interest here’s a less than thrilling comparison of the output from hexaphonic and ordinary pickups on the same guitar when played with a bow. The hexaphonic pickup has separate outputs for each string so the volume of each can be balanced – particularly useful when using a bow which struggles to get a grip of the inner strings because of the shallow arc across the fretboard.
Cock-up on the editing front so this is the new improved version with the title and date correct this time, some duff edits replaced and some effect induced oddities deoddidified. I’ve also added parenthesis to emphasise the sotto voce section and of course introduced a new error. The song remains the same.
Hopefully to be followed by the video I started out making about adjusting individual string volume to better balance levels when bowing.