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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by 74n4LL0, Oct 12, 2011.
I guess it would be too much for me but think of the possibilities of a 12 necks guitar
think this might be the wrong forum but man is that awesome, i wish i had money to throw around to make stuff like this
This a repost.
If I remember correctly these were made as art pieces for display only. Obviously.
Tune each one to a different chord.
Play all of them together.
Implode the building.
Can it/they Djent?
LOL! Fucking aweesome!
And I thought MAB was exaggerating already...
Take ONE guitar, mount it on a wheel on a stick... spin it really fast...
looks the same, costs less
Oh look, somebody found the real life CTRL-C/CTRL-V.
Wait til Kurt/Rondo sees this...
or we can start a thread to start collecting specs and ask kurt to produce it
you should wear the circular ones around you like a guitar tutu and play some epic slide on them with a few mates...
Those circle ones are insane!!! (the rest are too, but especially the circle ones)
Glad I wasn't the only one thinking this!
Why all six strings though? If I where to do that i'd have a six, seven, and an eight. Multiple ones in different tunings !
I give this thread four Rick Nielsens.
Rick Nielsen is the international unit for measuring the amount of guitar necks. One Nielsen is equal to five necks.
For instance, Jimmy Page during Stairway To Heaven and Tom Morello during The Ghost of Tom Joad are rated at .4 Nielsens. Michael Angelo Batio is .8 Nielsens. These guitars are 2.4 Nielsens each.
The upper limit of 3 Nielsens has never been exceeded. Scientists believe it to be a universal constant, like the speed of light or Newton's gravitational constant.