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This is what I do not understand. Why is each owner left alone to spend hours, days and weeks trying to work out an optimally playable configuration with his or her YRG? Why is there not a universal optimal setup good for each and every one of us? A way to have six equally sensitive strings for the right hand to pick? I have spent hours trying to get all these settings balanced and, as I've said, have given up on the six strings. If the thing had variable velocity output in tapping mode, it would be excellent all by itself and i would buy the model that had no strings at all. Just a big neck for tapping only. This neck could have eight, or ten strings like Narcisso Ypes. I have played the guitar since the 70s. I have lusted after MIDI control and virtual instruments since the 90s. There has been no affordable solution until the YRG, but it has problems of its own. I paid twice the price for the Gen2 in the expectation that many/most of the "bugs" had been worked out. I still have not found it truly playable, and if it is, will someone please tell me straight forwardly how it is supposed to be set up? There is no action, there are no saddles, no intonation, no complications from string gauges, no tuning. There should be one way for these instruments to be set up for each and every player. Tell me what it is. Why should this need a service ticket opened for an individual and secretive solution? It makes no sense.