Thanks so much for the input!
As it turns out, my GI 20 had indeed been inadvertently switched to
"Bass" rather than guitar.
I had forgotten that switch was even there on the back of the unit.
Thanks again, I'm good to go!
On May 20, 2009, at 8:55 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Re: Strange behavior on my MIDI guitar - please help!
> Posted by: "DANNY BULLO" electrobullo@... electrobullo
> Wed May 20, 2009 8:49 am (PDT)
> Hey, two things:
> 1) Make sure the switch position on the GI-20 is set to "Guitar" and
> not to "Bass"
> 2) Are you using any alternative tuning? Once I tried putting 6 hi E
> strings on a guitar in order to minimize the latency to the minimum.
> The GI-20 didn't like that. It seemed that every string is processed
> in a way that optimizes the string note range. As an example, the
> 6th string (replaced with a hi E) tracked only to the 5th fret or
> so. Seems obvious, since if the 'real LOW E' was put there, it was
> imposible to reach such a high note. That does not happen with the
> Axon (i have taht now)
> Hope this helps
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