Can a New Instrument Sound Vintage? [bobby owsinski]

Posted: April 7, 2010 in Audio Gear, Music
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Everyone who’s ever played or heard a vintage stringed instrument can attest to the excellent sound, but the problem is it might take 30 or 40 years (or 100’s in the case of classic instruments) until the wood and metal ages. If you don’t have the money to buy a fine vintage instrument, you probably have no other choice but to wait until a new instrument becomes sufficiently resonant over time. But what if there was another choice?

Now comes the ToneRite, an add-on device that claims to accelerate the aging process by simulating years of playing by bombarding the wood with carefully selected frequencies. There’s a different ToneRite for every kind of wooden stringed instrument, from guitar to violin to cello, etc.

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