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Diff Between 69 And 59 Model Sound

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I am interested in buying 59 or 69 for modeling sound.

 

Since the bodies are different, do models  sound different comparing the 2?

 

I will use both electric and acoustic models.

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the models are tuned to the body/style of the guitar... so not really any difference...

that's not to say you won't hear one... afterall you might play slightly different etc on the different style guitars...

i know i do... so it makes a different in my playing it makes a difference in the sound... but that's not really a difference in the modeling! 

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the models are tuned to the body/style of the guitar... so not really any difference...

that's not to say you won't hear one... afterall you might play slightly different etc on the different style guitars...

i know i do... so it makes a different in my playing it makes a difference in the sound... but that's not really a difference in the modeling! 

 

Do you know this for sure? That's awesome if they actually do that. I made a topic a while ago asking if there's any difference because of body/scale/stuff and if the firmware calibrates the models to the specific JTV model.

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I'm pretty confident, but was not told any specifics that i could cite.

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The 59 and 69 are very different guitars so you should buy the one you like to play.  Scale length is a big deal in my opinion.  I am a fan of the 69 style and scale length.

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I have a 59 and 89f and there are subtle differences between the two that I personally think is more due to the physical differences than say graphtec vs lr baggs piezos. Recorded modeling is virtually indistinguishable between the two.

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