Acoustiblaster Conversion?

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  1. ElRay

    ElRay Mostly Harmless

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    I have a large 80's Mitchell D-100 (Guitar Center Store Brand) Steel String Acoustic that has been unplayed for eons. The nut width is a bit narrow and it's currently strung for Fripp's NST/C-Pentatonic tuning (C-G-D-A-E-G) and I rarely used the high-G when I did play it. The idea popped into my head last night to make it an Acoustic "Celloblaster". I could fill and redrill the bridge and cut a new nut (maybe just trim a Classical Nut).

    It has no resale value (unless I'm missing something), and I'm not keen on getting rid of it due to sentimental value, so I thought I'd at least get some use out of it as an "Acoustiblaster".
     

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