Throughout this video interview, Devin talks at length about the Evertune bridge. At 2:22, he says, "I have put it into everything that we use live and it's...this is the most important contribution to my live rig." He mentions that the first Evertune bridge he used was on a Gibson that was sent to him with it on, so it can be deduced that he at least uses the G model.more
> I decided to test out the @evertune bridges in my main guitar for home jamming and practice. It's insane. The one thing I hate the most about guitar is tuning and messing with intonation; tuning and intonation issues slow the mood down, stifle your progress, and eat time. And I'm not just talking about being lazy and not wanting to tune; octaves and chords in differing placements on a guitar waver in intonation and pitch. This bridge solves all of that. I didn't believe it at first, but playing add 9 chords past the 12 fret sound perfectly in tune no matter how hard you tremolo pick. Well done @evertune, well done.more
The 14th item down the line is this Evertune Bridge, there isn't any writing with it, but there's this diagram showing how it works: https://i1.wp.com/john-5.com/main/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/j5-evertune.jpg?resize=550%2C254 Here is also a photo with his telecaster with said bridge on: https://i.pinimg.com/originals/5e/24/01/5e24010f6fa7a971665afb51b28d5306.jpgmore
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