Originally Posted by flood
Off topic (this is a bull thread either way). Say I'm playing an arpeggio with one hand, one one or two strings (touchstyle; you need to conserve horizontal space, so vertical playing is more or less a necessity to utilize the instrument better; think of it like this, the more you want to exploit polyphony on a guitar, the better vertical movement and shifting skills you need to have), if I strategically use a delay pedal, can it be so that after I play a note and play another on the same string, the first note still sounds instead of getting muted - or rather, blocked - by the new note? Like a piano note - you hit a key, it keeps sounding till it's own envelope ends regardless of what other keys you hit in the meantime.
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