Identical notes are available on multiple different frets on a guitar neck and they all sound differently. However, there is only one key for each note on the MIDI keyboard. This is why we provide an option to choose a neck mapping for your sound preferences.
The neck-mapping position slider adjusts the starting guitar fret, which the keyboard will be mapped from. The active mapping is visually marked by the yellow dots on the guitar neck.
For ringing notes you can experiment with lower frets and open strings, while the upper frets will give you warmer and tighter sounds.
In addition to the neck play position you can customize the mapping further from the neck preset selector.
If you want your notes to sound similar to each other you should choose a mapping which sticks close to the starting fret. For diverse harmonics you can “fly” your notes all over the guitar neck.
We encourage you to try various neck mappings both with and without effects to hear the difference.