EVERTUNE test and review!!!


  • Text review, no crazy shouting.


    First half Strat bridge vs second half Evertune comparison

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    First half Strat bridge vs second half Evertune comparison WITHOUT DRUMS

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    Same here, but dry DI track

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    CONCLUSION:
    If you hesitate to buy a guitar with Evertune because of "tone loss" then don't worry! It sounds just like a guitar should.
    However, if you REALLY need full sustain, then look elsewhere.
    This is the FOURTH guitar with Evertune I've had or tried. And they have all had bad sustain.
    For me personally, I don't mind the sustain loss. I will mostly use this guitar as a studio tool to record rhythm guitar with, for the obvious reason of not having to tune during the whole sessions. That will be SWEET. :thumbsup:

  • How easy is it to change tunings with the Evertune?

  • Evertune and Kemper=best. :thumbsup: Guitarists with no firsthand experience have complained Evertune will ruin the guitar, it will not sound the same, no it sounds too well tuned and intonated. Really? Like Cederic show in his video Evertune will affect the sound a tiny bit. Well if you swap your TOM bridge with another brands TOM bridge, of course it will sound a tiny bit different too. I agree that the sustain will decrease with Evertune but how often do you really need much sustain? Tuning nightmares, haven't we all been there? Just because the tuner says it's in tune doesn't mean it's in tune. And how often after tuning you need to tune the guitar again? Well except for the B and E string. G string, do I need to say more? And if hits on the strings wasn't perfect and you start to play and you hear it's not in perfect tune? You need to start tuning it again. X( Tuning is the most boring thing of all. Evertune and Kemper are two best things that have happened in many years. Evertune said a longer time ago they will make bridges with tremolo but we haven't seen a sign of it yet. That would be cool too.

  • I suppose some who refuses to acknoledge the pros of Evertune either doesn't record a lot themselves, or have that mindset where they "imagine" differences without even trying. On another forum I'm member on, funny thing happened.


    1. I post the video, just like in OP here
    2. Some people claim they hear a "noticable difference!"
    3. I then regret showcasing in video, because that revealed everything.
    4. I then post a BLINDFOLD TEST where I put the same riffs in random order.


    GUESS WHAT...


    A couple of guys refuse to answer the blindfold test, and the other one answers, but incorrectly, even tho he claimed he heard a difference in the video.


    This is "corksniffing snobs" at the best :thumbsup:
    I like the guys over there so it's absolutely nothing personal against them but rather how they reacted to the video and then my blindfold test.


    I even offered free stuff for the winner (a set of Dimarzio EVOs!) but nobody would answer except the guy answering wrong :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:


    I've been through this SEVERAL times.
    Posting something with video
    People claiming to hear perfectly difference between stuff
    Then I post blindfold test and people think I'm an douchebag or refuses to answer


    Egos shattered everywhere I go :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:





    Another video just noodling around for fun! :thumbup:


  • I read in a forum I'm member on and one member claimed he can hear if it's a real amp or Kemper because it's obvious because Kemper doens't sound like a real amp. Yeah right! He has never used or tried a Kemper. Same thing as with Evertune. I'ts funny with those who have never tried something knows best. :D It's like criticising a movie they've never seen.

  • I think the Evertune is a wonderful invention and would put it on all my fixed-bridge electrics if I could. They had a discount deal on installation recently that was hard to pass up, but alas the Evertune is only suitable for thick-bodied guitars (i.e., body thickness @ bridge + string height @ bridge >= 2.1") and the one I had in mind was just a bit thinner than that. But man... what a studio timesaver!