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Discussion in 'General Music Discussion' started by Daf57, Dec 22, 2015.
Waiting for the biographical movie, "17 years an abomination".
^But.... wha... the... how in the. ....
THE STRINGS ARENT EVEN ON THE SADDLES!
when you push the trem down it will be
Ok, that pink Strat... I find it to be one of the least aesthetically offensive, but holy sh*t on a stick if it isn't the most functionally insulting things I've ever seen.
This is ....ing genius, I'd love to play it. Horribly executed cosmetically, but still genius.
I don't know either.
scallops done wrong
scallops done right :
Wow. nothing about this picture even slightly makes sense.
Seen a lot, for sure, but acoustic guitar with a whammy bending the whole deck was new..
Cool idea - hope the deck will last. Do not give this to Kerry
I... I don't quite know what's going on here
That acoustic is hilarious.
This looks funny but it's actually really cool. I have always wished I could play on both sides of my hand on a guitar (because the strings do make noise on both sides), and so back in my senior year of high school I made an acoustic instrument with soundholes on both ends. I called it the Quetar because it looks like a big Q-tip.
The problem is that since guitar fret spacing gets smaller and smaller as you move up the fretboard, doing it in two directions requires some non-western scale compromise. The only places the two sides are in tune are at the harmonics. So what I did was make two moveable bridges that sit under the strings that you can move around and actually create three melodic zones that interplay. I still totally suck at playing it, but I'm getting there.
Where are the Devries?!
Obviously tempered fretting for alternative tuning, featuring a handrest for deeply scooped tapping